Using the Socialtext collaboration platform companies have seen a wide variety of dramatic business results. Sales departments have improved sales proposals and compressed sales cycles by over 10%, product management has sped up time-to-market by 25%, corporate communications have sped up employee onboarding, field service has achieved faster time-to-resolution on field service issues, professional services firms have increased client engagement and retention. Socialtext customers have reduced cycle times by up to 25%, and even reduced email by over 30%.
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200 global support engineers all pull in the same direction, tap into collective brainpower, and serve customers better.
Fast, iterative learning cycles and real-time feedback loops keep Echo360 sales and marketing teams in lock-step alignment.
Customers are more satisfied, with personal service and custom project management, while Epitaph actually saves money.
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Acumen Fund’s geographically dispersed staff now has a better way to capture knowledge, communicate and collaborate.
Good ideas now come from all levels of the organization, and the company is freed from "trapped information syndrome."