Most organizations have their knowledge all over the place.
Teams are forced to search various tools and places to find an answer. If they even find it.
of people reported occasionally or frequently failing to notice important information because of it being in too many places.
Existing platforms don’t solve for dynamic knowledge sharing.
They’re not structured for how people search. They’re not updated frequently enough. They leave answers in a variety of places and a variety of states.
People waste time and energy searching for answers.
When employees can’t find the specific knowledge they need, they likely start reaching out to peers via Slack, Microsoft Teams, or email.
These one-off questions can be disruptive and force employees out of their flow state. And let’s not even talk about when people have to schedule meetings.
Stack Overflow for Teams creates the link you've been missing.
It works alongside your existing tech stack to centralize all knowledge and make sure everyone has access to up-to-date info.
This increases productivity and efficiency, as well as just makes it more fun to work.
Build your organization’s knowledge for the future.
You need a modern approach to knowledge sharing. One that works if you’re hybrid, all-remote, or in-office. Make your workplace work for everyone, everywhere, all the time.