Every collaboration with a new person is like when you take a bin of Legos and dump them on the floor. All of the pieces to work with are right there. A floor full of Legos is full of possibilities. --Ricky Reed
Collaboration methods are changing to support mobile communication, global workforces, and flexible schedules. Consulting firms can capitalize on these changes to help meet their clients needs and mitigate challenges they see in the workplace. The following three collaboration features will help you stay ahead of the changing landscape:
Your most widely used business tool – your collaboration platform – may be putting your business at risk. No one wants to experience a data breach. What is the cause of this risk?
In early June, Symphony hosted three hackathons in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Tokyo. Over 125 developers across 35+ teams hacked the day away to create integrations that improve business processes on Symphony. Everyone showcased incredible innovations - and six teams were awarded prizes in the Most Cutting-Edge Development and Most Impactful Automation Development categories. Take a look at the winning developments from each region.
Over 300 tech and financial thought-leaders from 100+ companies came together last week in Hong Kong for the first-ever Symphony Innovate Asia. Twenty customers and partners showcased their custom applications, integrations, and bots, and more importantly, how those innovations are changing the way financial services works. The day was filled with live demos, new ideas, and captivating conversations.
You’ve closed a deal, time to celebrate! But wait - the hard work isn’t over. Now starts the complicated, often manual and time intensive process of onboarding: the process of bringing that new client into your business and building a plan with them. It seems straightforward, but once you get to the client questionnaire, data gathering, due diligence, and approval process, the black hole of inefficiency starts to emerge.