Multi-network workspaces act like inter-company collaboration bridges, connecting one network's workspaces with another's. This creates a secure place to communicate and collaborate with external customers, vendors, and partners, without having to switch network and enabling collaboration with groups of people.
How it works
Multi-network spaces work just like any other space in Zillable, giving teams a place and the tools to chat, manage projects with Kanban-style boards, share and collaborate on documents, and much more. The new multi-network spaces can be network-wide or private, and space members from both sides will be able to make use of Zillable's features and even use voice and video calling. The multi-network space is an upgrade to Zillable's existing open space feature, removing the need to log into multiple networks or use guest or restrictive accounts. It even allows more than two companies to be connected in a multi-network space.
"It's like having as many companies as you want working together on Slack, Trello, and Google Docs," adds Son Le, Zillable's director of R&D. "This eliminates unproductive emails, duplicative information, and switching between apps, all the while accelerating co-creation and open innovation with multiple partners, vendors, and customers."
Why it matters:
- Today, boundary lines demarcating suppliers, partners, customers and employees have almost disappeared. Partners and customers are demanding a bigger role in the value creation process.
- While typical collaboration software, such as Slack, Microsoft Teams, Yammer, Atlassian Hipchat and Salesforce Chatter, focus on chat inside your company, Zillable's multi-network spaces engage groups of internal and external stakeholders with a suite of productivity and innovation tools.
- Benefits to improved communication and wider collaboration include more meaningful insights, improved innovation, more customer-centric products, customer and employee loyalty, cost reduction, and the mitigation of risks associated with product and service development.
|Tip: When viewing profile information of cross-network members, the profile is limited to ensure private network content and activity is not shared.|