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Topic: Communication Software for Businesses

Hi guys!

Quick poll: Which communication software do you use in your company?

It's quite interesting, that each and every company follows a different approach when it comes to communication and collaboration.

For example, I was working in a company, where all employees were connected via Skype - and that's it.

Another company I was working for is using Slack & Trello to discuss and structure the workflow.

Then you have companies with no dedicated software at all. It's just about emailing or even phone calls.

So, how is it done in your company?

Best,
Eri

Hi, I'm Eri and new to WolfCMS. :)

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Re: Communication Software for Businesses

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Come on, guys! smile No excuses! I know that y'all have a job, so you can answer this question! smile

Hi, I'm Eri and new to WolfCMS. :)

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Re: Communication Software for Businesses

Beside emails and phone calls Slack and/or Mattermost (selfhosted slack alternative) and Skype for video calls.

I tried samepage.io but that's just yuck from my perspective.

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Re: Communication Software for Businesses

jackie wrote:

Beside emails and phone calls Slack and/or Mattermost (selfhosted slack alternative) and Skype for video calls.

I tried samepage.io but that's just yuck from my perspective.

Finally, a reply! *-*

Thanks for taking part of my poll. I've actually never heard of Mattermost - do you prefer it over Slack? Sounds interesting.

And what's the deal with samepage.io? Don't know it either, but I guess I didn't miss anything? smile

Hi, I'm Eri and new to WolfCMS. :)

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Re: Communication Software for Businesses

Skype for video calls.

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Last edited by oihhcaruv (2017-06-13 09:00)

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Re: Communication Software for Businesses

In my company, we are using Slack to communicate with each other and JIRA Atlassian for the workflow. But I've been reading a lot recently about companies creating their own software for communication to make it more specific to their needs. And it can be a complex project if you'll decide to add the project management tool to it. But it's always better to start with the minimum functionality first. Here's an article describing how to estimate an MVP for startups like this http://ddi-dev.com/blog/programming/mvp … startups/. And if the company wants to make the tool even more distinct to their own working process, it could be done after some time.

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