The rise of collaboration tools like Slack, Yammer and Workplace by Facebook is helping a Columbus startup build an international client roster while moving into the realm of artificial intelligence so it can help businesses understand their employees’ attitudes in real time.
Wiretap continues to pursue more markets for its core product, Aware by Wiretap, which allows companies to monitor what employees are doing when they use collaboration tools. Co-founder Jeff Schumann, meanwhile, is making the company’s culture an area of focus. He says culture is “based on shared context – not control – and trust, competence, accountability and shared values.”
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Written by Laura Newpoff.
Originally published February 7, 2019.