Today’s accounting professionals are sitting at the epicenter of a massive technological shift. In an effort to better meet client demands, and to maintain a competitive advantage, firms are realizing the value of improved team and client collaboration and they’re looking to the cloud to achieve it.
Over the last several years, it’s become clear that organizations can no longer ignore the cloud. As we move further down the path toward a fully networked enterprise, organizations large and small have realized that collaboration tools can enable teams, reduce risk and even unlock new revenue streams.
At Huddle, we’ve been there every step of the way as this trend has unfolded.
Huddle Desktop has always made it easier to search, upload and manage your files, but did you know that it also adds plug-ins to Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel, so that you can open and save to Huddle without ever leaving the tools that you use every day?
You can even view comments left by your team, post your own and @mention colleagues and clients without ever leaving the application. No more jumping between email and your Office apps to check the latest document comments; they’re all there and always synchronized*.
As one of the world’s most accurate forecasters, Met Office creates in excess of 3,000 tailored forecasts and briefings every day, using more than 10 million weather observations. These are then shared with a wide range of UK and global customers, including the UK Government, armed forces and commercial businesses. This task is no small feat and carries its own set of unique challenges; however one of the most avoidable challenges was ineffective content collaboration.
When working on lots of different projects or engagements, you’re probably also working on lots of different documents. As you flip between activities, confusion can quickly set in, and simple actions like finding the document you need can quickly become a real source of frustration.
That’s why Huddle’s UX and Design team have been hard at work making it easy to get back to what you were working on.
Impostor Syndrome has gained renewed attention in recent years with thought leaders like Sheryl Sandberg speaking about her struggle with the condition, but Impostor Syndrome is not a new concept.
Amending and approving direct mail campaigns can be a lengthy process complicated by constantly changing variables. No one is more aware of this than the marketing team at British Gas.
IT managers have a plethora of choices to make in regards to how their organization collaborates and shares content. This is true of any organization, public or private, military or civilian. Each organization has many elements to prioritize and consider. The marketplace for Knowledge Management (KM) tools offers plenty of options to choose from and review.