Red Pen is a quick, visual way to collaborate on design projects. Drag and drop designs into Red Pen, and project collaborators can immediately begin making notes on the design. Changes are saved in new versions for each iteration of the project, so you can see earlier versions if necessary. Red Pen doesn’t limit the amount of collaborators on each project, so you can include the entire team.
SmartSheet gives your team the collaborative tool you need for better results. The spreadsheet looks familiar, so working within SmartSheet is intuitive and doesn’t require much of a learning cure. How you decide to use SmartSheet as a team is completely up to you: share your work with team members or open it to editing so you can collaborate on a test. If you don’t want to share the entire sheet, you can share row by row, with notes and attachments included so everyone is on the same page.
Huddle makes collaboration quick, efficient and user-friendly. Project collaboration isn’t just about file sharing. Huddle makes it possible to integrate and customize your team collaboration in the way your team works. Communicate with each other about how to move projects forward. Save one copy of a file for your team to work on, so you know you’re working in the right document every single time, no matter which device you’re using. Watch your productivity soar when your team begins to work with Huddle.
Insight offers cloud capabilities for teams to better collaborate on projects. From file sharing to messaging applications, Insight knows your team needs a secure, real-time syncing environment to work with team members who may be spread out all over the world. In additional to project collaboration, Insight has direct access to over $1 billion in inventory from 1,000+ manufacturers, like IBM, HP, Toshiba, Cisco and Microsoft, so you can find amazing prices on software and hardware — including same day delivery options.
Trello makes it easier to collaborate. Trello boards are a simple, visual way to organize projects and sync any necessary information between multiple users and their various devices. Calendars, timelines, spreadsheets, project notes and comments are all a seamless part of using Trello, which means collaborative projects suddenly feel like you’re working in the same room with someone who’s actually across the country from you. You can use Trello on your own, too. Ditch your easy-to-lose paper trail and consolidate your organizational tools.