With this partnership we aspire to radically transform our clients’ organisations and set ground-breaking new standards for agile workplace collaboration.
In the last decade we have seen a significant shift in how employees need to interact with each other, data and information in order to achieve strategic goals. The most thriving organisations are the ones where people are enabled to work together, share information and collaborate in ever more innovative ways.
Rainmaker uses Slack as a catalyst to transform the way organisations and their people work, with each other, with partners and the wider industry. Using Slack to drive rapid adoption of business transformation and, most importantly, a cultural shift that enables lasting, meaningful business change.
What innovation, collaboration and engagement looks and feels like, however, is different in each organisation.
This is why we will deliver services focused specifically on our clients’ strategic objectives and how they want their people to work in order to unleash the incredible power of Slack.
Together, Rainmaker and Slack will inspire the next generation of truly great organisations.
“No two organisations will collaborate in the same way. Ensuring that the tools, workflows and processes are aligned to the strategic goals of the business is key. And creating an environment to allow your people to be able to be their best selves is vital.” – Jan Joubert, CEO of Rainmaker.
“In order to adapt to the ever evolving demands of the modern workforce, the most successful companies are investing in innovative technology and services solutions. Our launch partners share our commitment to customer success and our vision for enabling customers to transform how they work. Using its deep expertise in business transformation, Rainmaker will help our joint customers reinvent workflows and drive organisational alignment. This marks the beginning of an exciting journey ahead.” – Rich Hasslacher, Head of Global Alliances & Channels at Slack.
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