Agilewords Blog

Cross-Functional Collaboration across the Supply Chain

  • By Ivan Walsh
  • March 15, 2011

How can document collaboration tools help cross-functional collaboration among knowledge workers across the supply chain?

How To Securely Exchange Legal Documents

What would happen if you emailed your client’s business documents to the wrong person? Or how would your clients react if their legal documents were published on the Internet by accident? Think they’d shrug it off? Probably not. Most of us don’t see the risks in emailing business documents and assume everything is fine… until [...]

Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year!

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • December 25, 2010

I don’t know about you but I have mixed feelings about Christmas. Sure, it’s a great time to catch up with old friends and see your family and, if you’re running a business, it’s a nice way to get some perspective. Christmas Gifts For me, perspective is what I get most from Christmas. Here’s what [...]

7 Document Collaboration Risks

The way we do business keeps changing. When I started in IT, we all worked in the same office, shared documents by email, and met our clients in person. Today the landscape is very different. Clients are spread across the globe, we work remotely, and documents must be shared securely.

Make Attorney Review Faster and Easier

Ever wonder how much it costs to assemble legal documents in Microsoft Word? If your law firm prepares legal documents, such as employment contracts, deeds of real estate, or merger documents, you know how time-consuming this can be. Instead of working on high-value tasks, your team loses time gathering feedback, scheduling document reviews, and collating comments.

Don’t be fooled by this review!

As you might know, we are totally involved in the document collaboration business. We've been here for a few years now, but we never got the chance to announce any breaking news. Well, now we have it, so come closer, our document collaboration companions! We'd like to announce that the Agilewords website has managed to generate [...]

Agile business concepts – How to put them in practice? (part 1)

Agile: In a new era, agile has taken on a new meaning. The traditional definition, according to Webster’s, is: “quickness, lightness, and ease of movement; nimble; mentally quick or alert: an agile mind.” An agile mind! Working “agilely” creates an agile mind, and an agile process is possible with an agile mind. The purpose of the agile [...]

Agile business concepts – How to put them in practice? (part 2)

  • By Fabrice Talbot

So, let's dig  into the agile business process some more. An agile environment allows for diverse teams and teamwork to flourish. To complete the agile process, business people work together with developers daily throughout the duration of the agile development while building projects around individuals rather than building individuals around a project. Thus, teamwork is [...]

Teamwork or flying solo?

Most people prefer working in teams, rather than alone. Still, if you ask them, some might prefer to work alone sometimes (i.e. when they have to focus on something urgent and they think that team work would slow them down). Others would rather work from home a few days per week – so, no team [...]

Web collaboration trends & amp; forecasts

Everybody’s thinking about the future of his business, trying always to innovate and to optimize it. So, we thought we’d do a little thinking ourselves, regarding the web collaboration industry we’re serving. Here’s what came out of it: 1. Completely move into the cloud – an advice to consider for group collaboration When we addressed [...]

 
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