Williams Lea, the global business process outsourcing (BPO) company, adds Huddle to its suite of online tools to further increase the speed at which it collaborates internally and externally.
Williams Lea specializes in solving organizations’ information challenges. The company ensures that its clients have the best communications strategies in place and are harnessing the power of their information effectively. By bringing together the people, processes and technology required to meet customers’ business objectives, Williams Lea has succeeded in transforming some of the most respected brands across the globe.
As part of its efforts to continue to deliver proactivity and innovation to its clients, through evolving secure and easy-to-use technology solutions, Williams Lea has signed an enterprise-wide agreement with Huddle.
With teams based all over the world, Williams Lea uses Huddle to promote greater collaboration and cross-learning as colleagues share best practices, success stories and new approaches to projects. With full audit trails tracking who has reviewed, commented on and edited files, as well as version controls, Huddle offers the governance of information that Williams Lea requires, and provides clients with the required level of visibility on project progress.
“Having Huddle in our technology toolkit offers another method through which we can expedite our internal and external collaboration. It’s terrific for file sharing and discussions. It’s helping us to further improve the way we work internally, which means that we can better support our clients in the end,” states Matt Porter, Group CIO for Williams Lea.
“Williams Lea is a great example of how organizations today need to share, discuss and work on content with their entire enterprise ecosystem of customers, partners and clients, not just internal teams,” explains Alastair Mitchell, Huddle’s CEO. “It’s great to see a large, global organization that works with some of the world’s biggest brands using innovative cloud technology to solve business challenges and transform the way its teams work.”