Its more than a name change: Marro’s focus on the future of work is a brilliant business move!
Scottsdale, Arizona, United States, 9th May 2022, King NewsWire, Marro is an all in one productivity tool built for small and medium sized businesses operating hybrid and remote- lowering cost and streamlining systems. Launching in the coming months they offer small to medium sized businesses one platform for all of their productivity needs. Founded in 2021 by serial entrepreneur, Demetrius Bethea, Marro aims to increase information retention, productivity and efficiency for students and employees. Marro is an advocate for diverse hiring practices and seeks to spearhead future of work efforts with a unique GTM strategy led by DSO Patrick McClurg.
Marro is improving WFH by uniting the current fragmented applications in existence. They offer access to video chat within a web and mobile application that allow organizations to stay connected and engaged. They focus on taking all the technologies organizations use every day such as zoom for video, slack for instant messaging and Brainshark for quizzes and put them in one powerful collaboration tool for education.
They stack up feature for feature against their competitors and even offer a cost-effective solution for smaller businesses such as personal trainers who may want to teach classes online to expand their business. Some of the features to expect from Marro are video chat, instant message, metric tracking and auto-generated performance reports, Screen-sharing, and much more. Marro makes success simple, in only a few minutes a business can have everything needed to scale, train and retain staff and increase productivity.
Marro will begin accepting request to joining their private beta in the coming months and begin slowly rolling out late this summer. This is the next big thing to digitally transform business!
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