After I explain what tibbr is, I usually get the follow-up question: “So, what’s tibbr for?” Well, that’s a deceptively complicated question that doesn’t have a simple or short answer — if you want the “elevator pitch,” we’d better be in a very tall skyscraper.
That’s because the tibbr platform was designed to address the different needs of all types of organizations. As a result, tibbr is used by a broad range of organizations for a broad range of organizational needs — everything from global change management to assisting first-responders collaborate to save lives, and everything in between.
As an Enterprise Social Networking platform, tibbr has the functional capacity to help with almost every aspect of human endeavor (even sports like Rugby!), yet most customers generally benefit from the following set of tibbr characteristics:
- Situational awareness. Employees learn where they fit in the organization as well as what things affect them, their work and their productivity.
- Vocational mobility. They get a world-class mobile experience with access on any device, anywhere, any time — today’s mobile workforce mantra.
- Increased agility. Companies increase the flow of information to become small again because of the inverse relationship between size and agility.
- Knowledge retention. Employees retain and make knowledge accessible to all, so it’s not lost in email black holes and information silos.
- Archaic abandonment. They jettison old or ineffective tools in favor of nimble platforms that unify and distribute knowledge and communication.
Even though the above are all important benefits of tibbr, there are many, many more — to get the most out of tibbr, an organization needs clear goals, achievable objectives, and consistent support from both C-level managers and the IT department.
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