As it’s common for people working in an industry to frequently travel to places worldwide, likewise when one of those people has an idea for a new business, their connections are in place and the as the startup gets off the ground, those connections can stay intact.
This could be for development partners or others involved with marketing, sales or distribution activities. Not to mention from different areas across the US, Canada or Latin America, Europe, South Korea, Japan, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Philippines, India, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, India and many other locations. With Internet broadband and wireless communications, people with common interests can easily collaborate from a wide range for different places.
Here’s a few ways you can use an Odysen network to help collaborate with others on your new endeavor:
Use in Your Preferred Language
Besides English, you can use an Odysen network in over 20 other languages including Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai and Vietnamese.
Set Your Own Time Zone
Each user can set up the network in their own time zone, helpful for scheduling actions with due dates, using the Events application and the Newsletter feature.
Add Your Own Display Name
With your own network, users can set up their display name for whatever name is preferred. This can be useful when working with others in a significantly different language and having a name just for that language is appropriate, for a little easier pronunciation.
Share Different Types of Content
Once is network is setup and customized for the different users, you can create folders for specific projects or activities and store and share a variety of content in the applications. This could be different types of files in the documents application, new ideas in notes, organizing a project with actions, sharing additional contact information such as a local phone number and various websites or news feeds for reference. Send an email notification to others of new content or add a Newsletter to stay informed of any changes.
Here’s a screenshot highlighting a few of these features:
Whether your new startup is successful or not, as least with an Odysen network you can have a place to easily share content with the different types of people helping out. Take a tour to learn more about getting started and the different applications available.
Matt | Posted on | October 4, 2012 | Comments Off