A call for consistency
With a roster of email marketing clients that increases by thousands each week, Sydney-based Campaign Monitor is no stranger to growth. The company has been scaling resources for years, recently opening an office in San Francisco. But with expansion came struggles to collaborate effectively. “It was messy,” admits Director of UX Buzz Usborne. “Everything happened over a multitude of channels — email, internal services, a server, personal Dropbox accounts. Files would go missing a lot, and it was impossible to get any sort of transparency into designers’ daily workflows.” The company needed a solution that was secure, but also flexible and easy for freelancers and staff to use — so it turned to a name it already trusted. “We’d been using Dropbox for a long time and the benefits far outweighed anything else we’d seen. It was a clear-cut choice for us to set up Dropbox,” says Usborne.
As we procure more high-profile clients, we need to be able to assure them that every system we use is completely secure. Dropbox is perfect for that.