What You Will Learn 

  • How to employ Collavate to manage and keep track of documents, conversations, group projects, and task completion.

  • Understand how remote teamwork is possible with Collavate.

  • Learn to implement in-office protocols and approval structures digitally.

Who Should Attend?

  • Collavate customers who are interested in using our product to its full potential. 

  • People concerned with their team’s communication if working remotely was suddenly required.

  • Office managers, looking for effective ways to implement remote workflows and communication standards.

  • Remote team members looking to improve communication and collaboration within their team.

Date: Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Time: 11am PST / 2pm EST 
Webinar Sign Up Request Form



Effective collaboration, document sharing, and remote workflow use cases.

Hi everyone! Come join Matt and Garrett on Tuesday March 17th for our next webinar! This entry into our webinar series will talk about collaboration, workflow, and teamwork in a remote work environment. We’re going to show you how to track your team’s projects with daily and weekly reporting, and how to connect with your team with Collavate. In fast-paced work environments, putting things on hold can be quite detrimental. Collavate can help you keep connected, even when you’re far apart.   Matt and Garrett will stick around after a few demonstrations for some questions. Don’t hesitate, sign up today!

Tuesday, March 17, 2020  |  11am PST / 2pm EST
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