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How Technology Helps SMBs to Maximise the Value of Ideas
In an increasingly competitive environment, ideas can differentiate businesses and fuel their growth. SMBs need to get behind ideas and the people that create them. They can do that by encouraging a culture in which ideas thrive, and by giving people the tools they need to shape, share, and sell their ideas.
The right tools are carefully crafted around what people need. They put people in the driver's seat, making it easier for them to bring their ideas to life and achieve more, faster.
These tools have been tried and tested, and this paper shares examples of how they’re supporting ideation and strengthening business for SMBs across the globe.
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