Knowledge Equals Value

Every day your team works, there is an increase in value.  This value may not be fully realized if everyone is working in production silos.  In a connected world, organizations that collaborate quickly with their knowledge tools have a competitive advantage.  The ability to deliver results, ship products and get things done is increased in a collaborative work experience today.

Furthermore, work takes on a multi-dimensional flow.  Previously, someone would work on a document or a presentation.  The next person would look at it and so forth.  Today, real-time is much more advantageous.  Soliciting feedback at whatever time is convenient and without disruption enables teams to exist virtually and work from anywhere at anytime.  Change management by a system rather than by a person acting as traffic cop can drive a deliverable with higher precision.

Google Apps is a knowledge reservoir.  The production of knowledge for your existing team and new team members is captured within the architecture of the system.  Collaboration on documents can be either real-time or anytime between several team members.  They can be located together or apart.  Regardless, the cumulative knowledge of your team continues to grow within the context of a repository that can be useful now and later.  This growing knowledge base is what creates value for the business.  It allows easy adoption of team members of your business processes.

Your knowledge is your value.  If your knowledge is not accessible, secure and collaborative, the potential opportunities to increase your value will reach a glass ceiling.  Google Apps provides the infrastructure in the cloud for your team to succeed and build on your business value proposition.

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