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ThinkTank ThinkFlows™ advance the company's consulting channel strategy to expand its enterprise customer base that includes Chevron, NASA and the U.S. Navy
DENVER, June 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ThinkTank, the pioneer in structured collaboration, today announced the introduction of ThinkFlows; the latest enhancement to the company's Collaboration-as-a-Service platform. ThinkFlows are patterns of collaboration for teams that radically accelerate and enhance their business outcomes. ThinkFlows will be delivered exclusively through ThinkTank's consulting channel that serves large enterprises and government organizations around the world.
"What ThinkTank is doing is fundamentally different from what other collaboration vendors are offering," commented Jim Lundy, collaboration expert and founder of Aragon Research. "Traditional collaboration tools focus on information-sharing and communications, not on collaborative processes. ThinkTank has taken an approach where collaboration is always governed by a process, to ensure that the group is always advancing toward the desired result."
"The ability to capture and reuse our methodologies enables us to transform the way in which we engage many of our clients," said Thiru Pillay, CEO of Consulting for Deloitte Africa. "With ThinkTank we enhance collaboration with our clients, deliver services more efficiently, and achieve breakthrough results."
Large professional services firms' traditional time and materials business is increasingly under threat. Finding ways to differentiate the firm, lower project risk, and increase client satisfaction, all while increasing margins requires a novel approach. ThinkTank's ThinkFlow offerings combine the firm's business methodologies with powerful collaboration tools that transform client engagements and create opportunities for significant annuity revenues.
ThinkFlows are available from ThinkTank Partners for large-scale collaborative processes such as audit, Lean Six Sigma, risk management, project management, and strategic planning. They are packaged as branded subscription services that deliver consulting firm best practices and expertise through high-value, structured collaborative experiences.
"ThinkFlows transform the way people work together to solve everyday business challenges. By structuring participants' interactions, we put both an engine and a rudder on collaboration. Otherwise what you get is typical office collaboration - lots of movement, dominated by politics and egos, that meanders its way to suboptimal results," said Matt Wenger, CEO of ThinkTank. "Over the years ThinkTank has transformed the performance of thousands of strategic projects. With our latest enhancements our Collaboration-as-a-Service offering is ready for use by virtually any organization to dramatically accelerate key business initiatives and improve team performance."
Based on more than 25 years of research in collaboration techniques and group dynamics, ThinkTank's Collaboration-as-a-Service (CaaS) platform is completely transforming team collaboration and consulting engagements around the world. The ThinkTank CaaS platform enables Cloud-based collaborative workflows that increase organizational participation, inspire breakthrough thinking and accelerate stakeholder commitment. This combination makes ThinkTank CaaS a very powerful enterprise collaboration tool that enables groups to deliver exceptional outcomes and drive business execution. Companies such as IBM, Boeing and Procter & Gamble have already used ThinkTank to radically accelerate innovation and slash costs. ThinkTank's consulting partners, including Deloitte, EY, and PWC, rely on ThinkTank to dramatically improve business performance for their clients. For additional information about ThinkTank, please visit http://www.thinktank.net.
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