Businesses big and small use Trello everyday to communicate, plan, and organize everything from operations and offsite meetings, to potlucks and projects.
Every company is unique, and the endlessly customizable nature of Trello means that there is an opportunity to tailor boards and workflows for very specific needs and industries. We also think, however, that there are great ideas to share and lessons to learn from standout teams building successful businesses, no matter the vertical.
Inspired and impressed by these large-scale stories of companies collaborating together and leveraging the perspective of all-access teamwork, we have launched Trello Customer Stories—a place where business teams can go to glean insights from awesome companies reaching incredible goals, and how they use Trello along the way.
Here are some of the great Trello workflows and ideas you can check out in our new Customer Stories section:
- The way Deutsche Bahn is innovating a project management system that manages over 4 billion passengers a year.
- How non-profit DoSomething.org enables social change to happen at scale by providing a great user experience.
- The process by which 100-year-old McCorvey Sheet Metal Works made their entire manufacturing process paperless.
- How restaurant franchisee BurgerFi has launched over 100 locations in five years by easily equipping new owners with the processes and resources they need for success.
Plus more examples from Kickstarter, job-seeking platform TheLadders, font makers Hoefler & Co, and small business success Heritage Coffee and Bicycle Shop.
So come on over and check out our growing list of Trello Customer Stories. We’d like to thank all of these standout companies for being generous with their time and knowledge.
And if there’s a Trello business use case you’d like to learn more about, let us know and we’ll develop it!
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