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See how businesses survive and thrive in changing times with Lark

/ 07:00 AM November 11, 2020

Countless companies around the world have adapted to these rapidly changing times by adopting to new ways of working, which are agile, flexible, and digitally-enabled. In the midst of uncertainty, remote work has played a key role in saving businesses, keeping them afloat when operational conditions were unfavorable.

Through cloud-based offices, companies are able to operate within a safe online environment where employees can remain productive. This way, businesses can continue to thrive, evolve, and prepare for a technology-driven future way of work.

An effective collaboration app is necessary for successful remote work, and for this purpose, many businesses have chosen to use Lark. With a free Lark account, all the tools needed to get work done are available and integrated into a single app.
In the case of India’s Infectious Advertising, Lark enables their team to still work together, despite the physical distance. With easy access to each other within the platform, communication and collaboration is a breeze.

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Through Lark Calendar, team meetings are conveniently set, and Lark Video Call proves to be effective for brainstorming and exchanging information. With advanced screen sharing capabilities the team is able to edit files simultaneously, and view changes in realtime. Unlimited video call minutes give meeting participants all the time they need to flesh out ideas. Each call can accommodate up to 100 participants, allowing everyone involved in a project to be present at once. 

With Lark Docs, the team is able to provide feedback to one another without having to draft individual emails or send separate messages. The tagging feature within Lark documents and sheets works well for them. Because tagged persons receive a notification within Lark Messenger, they are alerted immediately whenever something requires their attention.

Attaching images, audio and video files, and even charts and polls can be done with just one click in Lark Docs, helping to create comprehensive, hardworking presentations. For Dentsu X, a company based in Singapore, Lark has been an effective tool for sharing heavy presentation slides across various departments, in order to complete one seamless deck.

 

This team is able to work more efficiently with Lark, giving them a competitive edge. Lark’s mobile app has been perfect for their always-on-the-go members, granting full functionality, and anytime, anywhere access on any device. Whenever needed, they are also able to seamlessly integrate third-party apps required by clients into Lark, through Lark Workplace, eliminating the need to switch to any other application.

It’s easy to see how much Lark can do for businesses that are driven to survive and succeed in today’s new work normal. Not only is it a complete collaborative app, it’s also a guaranteed safe and secure virtual workspace for your team and data that uses an AWS certification compliant with the strictest rules regarding cloud computing.

Best of all, Lark is absolutely free to download and use. Try Lark today to discover how it can help your business survive and succeed through these changing times.


To learn more, visit www.larksuite.com.

Lark is available on Mac, PC, iOS, and Android. Click here to start using Lark.

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