The nature of workplace collaboration is constantly changing, and no where is it more visible than with team-level, digital Kanban boards. Gone are the days where teams worked together in a traditional office setting. It’s predicted by 2027, more than half of all employees in the United States will be working remotely—and with this trend comes a greater demand for smart tools that evolve your process without restricting the way you work. Digital Kanban boards can connect teams, regardless of physical location.
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