Are you in a business where it’s next to impossible to keep everyone on the same page? Maybe you need to invest in enterprise social networking. It allows for a private online environment where you can share, discuss and keep everyone up to date on projects.
Honey, a new enterprise social network is free for business of 10 people or less. If you have more than 10 employees, check out their reasonable pricing options. Honey is different from some of the other social enterprise networks because you can choose how you want information to come to you. If you want to know what’s happened instantly, you can. If you want to know once a day what’s happened, you can choose that too. Read more from Fast Co. Design.
Once you create an account you can post and share relevant information across multiple departments or other employees. This is a great tool to introduce your employees to a new potential customer, and allows for interaction. Members can comment on a topic to offer suggestions, thoughts and ideas, or offer insights to a particular post that was shared. Think of a shorter Twitter feed for work. Honey allows for small and medium sized business to have an affordable project management tool.
When you create a new post, you have the ability to share plain text, files and URLs. Honey is a great way to keep your business up to date with relevant and current news impacting your industry, and share that information without leaving anyone out, or trying to remember a handful of email addresses.
You can access Honey anywhere you have Internet, so it’s perfect for a business who travels often, or an outside sales team. Honey is mobile friendly, so staying current with everything and everyone is simple and easy. Honey looks and feels as simple as it comes with social networks. Everything is easy to find and use.
If you have been looking for a project management tool for your business, Honey may hit your sweet spot. If you give it a try, let us know what you think of it.
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