Finding a one-stop-shop for project management
Many employees already knew Dropbox, and that made it an attractive option from the outset. After testing other providers on the market, the company realized that Dropbox stood out for its ease of use, interoperability, ease of access, and fast synchronization. Dropbox was their solution of choice.
Four years on, the solution is used by almost every employee to organize, plan, and share work with their colleagues. From purchasing food to preparing menus for educational institutions, managing stock in hospitals, organizing events for clients’ product launches, and managing logistics for catering deliveries, everyone involved in a project is an active Dropbox user and benefits from its wide range of functions.
Dropbox has also been essential for developing other products currently going through R&D at Ausolan:
- The circular economy: the tool facilitates a sustainable way of working, minimizing the use of paper and the need for teams to travel to meetings.
- Industry 4.0: Ausolan can coordinate work between different technological centers.
- New products and food: more interaction between different project teams working on new recipes and developments with Dropbox as their collaborative platform.
The CIO and team leaders provide internal training to workers on how to use and test Dropbox. They have regular workshops to introduce the tool and cover any improvements that are relevant for their workers.