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Compare with other tools

Here describes comparison with other business communication tools.

Compare with emails

Emails are mainly used in business communication still, but it can no longer say that the best tool for communication for it's inconvenient for real-time communication and to follow how the discussion is developed. 

emails Oneteam
Discussion do not develop quickly for replies don't come in real time.

You get replies tied to each topic in real time, so discussion develops smoothly.  

Putting email addresses required every time, which may cause address omissions.

You can search  and select addressed members easily by "@+username." You can easily create a group of people concerned, so no need to worry about omitting email address, or creating a emailing list.

Hard to go back to the past discussions due to lots of greetings, signatures, and quotations.

Smooth messaging without having greetings and signatures and easily check the past discussions are realized.
Updating emailing list is bothering You can add / delete members of your group only with one click. No need to ask the IT section for emailing list update.
Cannot delete or edit emails with mistakes after they sent  You can delete or edit topics and messages so no worry to send emails with mistakes. Also, only topics and messages can edit and delete only by the creator, so no need to worry about topics and messages deleted and edited by others.

 

Compare with business chat tools

Business chat tools are appropriate for workers who can stay in front of laptops such as engineers, but inconvenient for those who cannot stay inside all the time because they cannot check.

Business chat tools Oneteam
Different topic discussions occur randomly within the chat group.

Discussions develop separately in each topic, everyone in your team can focus on the subject of the discussions.

 Discussions are difficult to follow after a while because there are multiple subjects being discussed. 

You can follow each discussion whenever you are available, because each is developed within the topic.
Cannot check whether what you send is read or not. Each topic has "read" function, so who has seen / not seen is obvious in the topic. 
Similar group is created; too many groups within the tool Your topics are categorized in each group, so you will need the minimum number of groups for your team.
Multiple tools are used for different purpose such as sharing meeting minutes and project progress. Creating topics enables to share meeting minutes and project progress in Oneteam, so you can reduce the man hour management tools and cost.

Compare with enterprise social network tools
Enterprise social networking tools is for only sharing information and activating communication by posting information on the wall, which cannot actually develop and complete work.

Enterprise Social Network Oneteam

When new information is posted, the old posts go down and carried away; so you cannot see which information is exactly needed.

All topics are displayed "newest first" like an email, so you can check what is updated in real-time. Also, following function enables you to mark topics you want to follow.

Information is posted as a comment, so the progress is hard to figure out. 

Each topic has information of a project and is easy to update, so the newest progress is open and clear at a glance. 

Compare with Skype
Skype is for personal use and insufficient for business use; cannot deliver message when offline, message is put in different places when you use different devices.

Skype Oneteam

Messages does not deliver when members are offline.

Oneteam is a cloud tool, so messages can be delivered when members are offline.

Flooding chats make tasks harder to find.

Tasks are tied with each topic, so you will not miss it. 

cannot cross-search all the chat logs.

Oneteam offers cross-searchability. 

 

 

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