Groopit was founded on the idea that people are essential to driving progress. This is true now, more than ever, and leaders have an important role.
We know leaders
Leaders are trying to drive progress in a complex world. Facts are often unclear. Perspectives vary dramatically. People proceed as independent decision-makers, taking unpredictable actions at unpredictable times. Accountability spans departments, disciplines, locations, hierarchies, organizations, industries, and expertise areas. Driving progress is not linear work — it is complex, fluid, and often slow.
We feel your pain
Leaders rely on other people for their insights, observations, and accounts of what’s happening. But, it takes extraordinary effort to figure out what is actually occurring and make sense of it. Leaders gather the facts through one-one-ones, meetings, shared spreadsheets, surveys, emails, channels, townhalls, and more. Some of the methods, like one-on-ones, yield valuable, high-fidelity insights but they’re just too time-consuming to scale. The methods that scale, like surveys, do so at the expense of quality. So, leaders are forced to use four, five, six of these methods at any one time. Gathering the facts is a time-consuming, slow, and painful process for leaders and everyone involved.
We found the answer in crowdsolving
Crowdsolving replaces the slow processes of ad-hoc data gathering. If you’ve used the traffic app Waze, then you know crowdsolving. People come together to outsmart traffic. Everyone has clear direction: report traffic accidents, speed traps and road closures. Data is reported in real-time with the tap of a few buttons. Drivers immediately see what’s reported and adjust their routes. Now, imagine trying to outsmart traffic using meetings, spreadsheets, and surveys. It would be impossible. With crowdsolving, there are no outdated spreadsheets, no long conversations, no long emails to write, and no remembering after-the-fact. Crowdsolving combines real-time direction, real-time data collection, and real-time visibility to bring game-changing clarity to any situation.
We deliver results
Groopit crowdsolving can be used by any leader to accelerate progress. For example, a leader who wants to accelerate sales brings the cross-functional sales team together in Groopit. Everyone has clear direction: report competitive activity, customer feedback, sales inefficiencies, or whatever ad-hoc data is important right now. Data is reported with three taps or in less than a minute. Everyone involved sees the data as it’s reported, learns, and can step in to accelerate the sales process. Leaders customize Groopit to focus everyone on what’s important.
We have the best solution
Crowdsolving is based on the idea that people can come together to solve complex problems and bring the biggest ideas to life. Groopit took this idea, our expertise, a relentless desire to get to simple simple and designed a software architecture to enable crowdsolving at scale. Groopit – it’s simple, easy and ready for you to start crowdsolving.
We will help you achieve
Groopit is on a mission to help you accelerate progress. So we ask – what progress do you want to make? Groopit stands ready to help. Send email to email@example.com and let us connect you with a crowdsolving expert today.
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