Cutover integrations: Collaboration tools

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May 4, 2021

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When collaboration is dispersed across multiple channels it’s impossible to move quickly with confidence.Screenshot 2021-05-04 at 11.45.51

Whether it’s email, phone calls, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or Slack, there are a handful of critical collaboration tools that are the backbone of critical work. These tools enable the remote working, file sharing, and fast communication necessary to complete any and all work efficiently.

The problem with current collaboration methods is that the work and the communication about the work remain separate. This means that the team members have to move from the tools that they’re working in to send a Slack message, an email, or to give someone a quick call. These actions are not recorded within the tool used for the work, and they’re spread across multiple channels so when it comes to checking back for a key piece of information or tracing the audit log for a particular event, this process takes longer than it should.

By integrating crucial communication channels into the tool used to execute complex work, messages, calls, and emails are both unified and auditable, enabling rapid collaboration, faster work orchestration, and better observability.

Why partner with Cutover

Streamline your existing collaboration tools within Cutover. Communications are embedded within the current flow of work. Send a Slack/Teams message or email directly from a runbook, schedule a video conference, or dial a phone number: all communication is automatically logged within that runbook. Setup is simple and straightforward, making it easy for you to leverage the data and capabilities of your existing tools within Cutover

Cutover benefits

  • Reduce the risk of ‘lost’ notifications buried in email, by getting updated in the collaboration platform you’re always using (Slack, Microsoft Teams)
  • If something unexpected happens, (a milestone doesn’t get hit, a validation fails) find out straight away with real-time notification
  • Integrate with project management tools, like Monday.com, enabling you to see the macro-level for your work provided by these tools, and the granular, micro-level for operations available in Cutover, in one place.
  • Bring the conversations that happen about the work within the work itself, for productivity and audit purposes.

Learn more about how Cutover integrations can help you extend the value of your existing tools.

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