Our goal is to monitor everything that is written about Trello on a daily basis. All articles below were published on September 21th 2018 and are about how Trello can complement your business needs. You have a link to each original article, and also Twitter links if you want to contact the article’s author or the website’s owner for more information.
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Tips for building business to business products
Article Quote: “As an example, a big organisation may use a corporate travel product. It’s main users will be people wanting to book hotels and flights for their business trip, but there are likely to be several other types of user. There may be project managers using it to see who has the right visa to work on their project, or HR managers trying to see if there are ways of reducing the travel budget. On the other hand, a smaller team or startup might use a collaboration tool such as Trello to help them build software. Their roles may be different, such as an admin, software engineer, tester etc. but their objectives for using it are more aligned.”
Ari Meisel’s Counterintuitive Take On Productivity With Doing Less
Article Quote: “The two top tools that I always recommend when I work with businesses, it comes up almost all the time. I talked to somebody from a political campaign, I’ve worked with the army, Trello and Intercom are the two game changers for me. Intercom turns company communications into a team sport.”
Get More Done with Less. 3 Ways to Put Team Productivity Into Overdrive
Article Quote: “From within the nested to-do lists, users can switch to the Kanban board to track progress and/or execute tasks, all from one place. Other notable Kanban apps include the ever popular Asana, Github and Trello. Trello, in fact, may just have popularized the whole Kanban concept with its lean interface that requires almost no learning. Smartly designed Kanban-board apps help teams streamline their work, track progress and spot obstacles as they arise. This promotes productivity, transparency and accountability.”