Slack is a layer of the business technology stack that brings together people, data, and applications – a single place where people can effectively work together, find important information, and access hundreds of thousands of critical applications and services to do their best work.
Because it’s such a popular communication channel, Slack has wide-ranging integrations with plenty of other tools. You can tack on a seemingly unlimited amount of integrations and Slack applications to make the tool even more powerful — for instance, many teams will pipe in A/B test results, analytics notifications, new customer or transaction notifications, or even sales or customer support bots. While undeniably powerful, Slack is easy to start using immediately.
- Slack brings all your communication together.
- Channels can be divvied up by team, project, client, or whatever else is relevant to your organization.
- Team members can join and leave channels as needed — unlike lengthy email chains. Threads keep side conversations from derailing the topic or project at hand.
- Share channels with companies and businesses you regularly work with – like clients, vendors, and partners
- Talk it out over voice or video calls directly from Slack
- Drag-and-drop PDFs, images, videos and other files directly into Slack
- In Slack, tools and services work in the same place as your team. Information leaves siloed inboxes and flows into shared team channels.
- Slack protect your data as if it were their own.
Services & Features:
- Collaboration beyond colleagues.
- Face-to-face and -screen.
- Integrated file sharing.
- Free: $0.
- Standard: $6.67.
- Plus: $12.50.
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