Have you ever been in a situation where you’ve been working on a particular initiative and after some time you’ve found out that someone else in the company has been planning on the same project, but none of you knew? Or, writing your entire document from scratch without the critical pieces of information that you know exists within the archives of your company but which you don’t know where to find from? Or even worse, working in a team where the mates are so competitive that they passive aggressively refuse to share what they know?
Yeah, its dreadful, and not just on sentimental level. Research shows that even Fortune 500 companies fall flat by losing at least $31.5 billion per year when they fail in knowledge-sharing.
This is how we came up with the idea of Nested, a team-to-team communication platform that offers a communal environment for creating, storing, sharing, and transferring information that would be beneficial for smaller teams just as well as for larger enterprises. In Nested, the person sharing knowledge and the person learning are on the same page. This doesn’t mean that the two always need to be present, but that the experience and the knowledge of the sharer would always be available for the learner, even if the sharer itself wouldn’t.
We’re a blend of DropBox, Slack and email, with benefits that heighten the user’s coherency and efficiency when communicating online. One of our unique features is the Place feature, which helps the user with setting up various digital Places that resemble their real-life places and communities — except that on Nested’s platform knowledge transfer and connection-building will be both stress-free and paper-free (yes to sustainability!).
It can be inevitable for certain teams at different organizations to forget that particular facts and concepts that are so basic and familiar to them can be entirely unknown to someone else. Nested embraces knowledge-sharing by giving both the learners and the leaders a jump-start towards a more systematic, consistent, and quicker communication and learning, which has proven to bring out the best a team or an organization has to offer — with financial benefits.