When you need to move fast, you need a sales workflow that moves fast with you. And that’s exactly what you’ll get with ClickUp and Unito.
SDLC can be an extremely useful tool for development leaders who need to organize and optimize their teams at a high-level. This post covers what SDLC is, its phases, possible methodologies, and tips for implementing it.
Trying to get visibility into development work? With Unito, important updates can get synced between Jira and Trello in just a few clicks.
Before everyone had a GPS in their pocket, we used maps to get around. Find out how the workflow diagram can be your map for doing your best work.
Your developers need to collaborate closely with the rest of the organization to succeed. But when everyone’s in their own tool, that can be really difficult. Here’s how you can use Unito to optimize your coordinated development workflow, despite the tool differences.
Tech companies live on the output of their developers. But developers need support from marketers, sales reps, cybersecurity experts, and more to thrive. Here’s how you can make your development team’s work more transparent so everyone can benefit.
Organizations need to keep growing to thrive. That growth depends on a team of sales representatives that take prospects from leads to closed deals. Often, that process relies on a sales rep identifying potential objections and squashing them. But when your sales team needs backup, how do you make sure that happens?
Is a firm handshake enough to secure a deal? These days, a prospect might have any number of technical questions, and they expect collateral before they buy. How do you get answers and support to your sales reps when they need it?
How do you know when a workflow isn’t working right, and what can you do about it? Perform a workflow audit, and reap the rewards. Find out how (and when) you can audit your workflows.
If you’re like the majority of knowledge workers, you spend the first chunk of your day making sure all the information you need is in the same place. Here’s how to make that a breeze.
What’s the first thing you do when you get to the office? You probably start by finding out what you need to do that day. That involves checking your email, your chat tool, your tools, and more. How do you keep it all organized? With a personal to-do list workflow, of course.