On Evolution vs. Innovation: Solving the Email Problem for Businesses

Business communication is in need of innovation—a holistic solution that tackles the root cause of its problems and organically improves the working experience. Instead of a “better email,” we can create intelligent systems that are designed for business workflows. 

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Why Email is a Hard Habit to Break

There are many reasons why people resist change, Harvard Business Review identified ten and we assume these factors are at play as to why organizations still rely on email systems that has outgrown its original purpose and now become a productivity killer as people drown in email overload. The prominence of email to business is significant and still dominates the realm of communication. But there has to be a better way and SEDNA is taking charge to solve this issue.

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6 Keys to Manage Technology Change

Shipping organizations face intense pressure to operate more efficiently and many are adopting new technology to be more productive. But beware as research shows over half of those investments into new technology fail due poor management according to a report in Forbes. A panel of industry leaders was convened to explore the challenge of “Managing Technology Change” in shipping and from the discussion 6 key insights were identified for organizations to consider.

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Monson Agencies Australia Defeats the Email Monster

Australian shipping agency Monson found themselves spending an inordinate amount of time wrangling thousands of emails. With Outlook’s shortfalls in team email, Monson created elaborate workarounds to try to cope with the volume of email. With the advent of SEDNA’s new transaction management platform, they now have a team-based email platform with improved security, enhanced tagging and a unified user interface.

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