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Seamless collaboration across projects, teams, and borders
Media relations isn’t a solo act. Whether you’re working with an agency, a team abroad, or a journalist; our collaboration software makes teamwork easy.
Avoid being stuck in endless email chains, trying to piece together scattered information. Keep everyone up to speed with previews of your news release, and your project timeline— at whatever stage they jump on board. Use our chatbox to quickly send information, add and remove team members, and send links to drafts for feedback.
Unsure about who did what, when? Keep a birds-eye view of approvals and feedback, at every phase of the project. Quickly add external team members and customise their permissions so you can stay firmly in the driver’s seat.
Trying to keep brand consistency across time zones can be tricky. Set up dedicated newsrooms for teams abroad and manage permissions for each market. Quickly push local news overseas for translation, with accounts that are separate, but connected. With Collaborate, working across timezones is a piece of cake.
Some of your markets might be handled by an agency, others by local teams. Whatever your setup, make your briefs (and your life) easier, by working from the same tool. Give agencies a beautiful newsroom to translate and publish their news from and keep your brand consistent.
With communications being such a fundamental part of our customers’ brands, we’re more than software; we’re a technological partner you can trust.
While your IT team remains focussed on your core business, we’ll build you a beautiful newsroom in just a week.
We regularly launch updates to keep your newsroom secure, findable, and complete. You’ll never need another newsroom.
Design, development, implementation, migration, training, maintenance and brand updates - we take care of all the busywork for you.
We write a lot, too. We have met some great PR practitioners, and interviewed quite a few of them. All of their stories, tips, tricks, and advice can be found on our blog and our online magazine Unfold.