Businesses are always looking for that competitive edge, something that will help to differentiate them from their competitors. Technology, pricing, and how they market their product are what most companies focus on. One HUGE factor that doesn’t get paid the attention it deserves and can make or break a business: employee engagement.
We have all been there, having spent hours working with a potential customer. The numerous phone calls, text messages, meetings, and follow-up emails… all with the goal of getting them to sign the contract. But they are moving so slowly as if they don’t have a care in the world. Now what?
Your inbox is overflowing with unread emails. When was the last time you checked your email? How do you know what is important and what isn’t? Do you open each individual email and read it, or do you give a cursory glance at the headline before mass deleting them?
Do you wonder what a “unified inbox” does?
If you work from home, you have undoubtedly heard of Zoom. But what is it and how does it work? Zoom was launched in 2013 and is a video conferencing platform that is used through a computer or mobile app, that allows users to connect online for video conference meetings, webinars, and live chat.