Slack + Coolfire Core Integration

Extending the power of Slack just got easier with Core’s Slack connector. Do more with Slack + Core.

Integrate Slack into Coolfire Core

While Slack is an incredibly flexible tool for chatting at HQ, it’s limited when communicating outside your four walls. Teams on the move need highly organized communication. They need critical data and chats in the context of their work. They want a way to see their tasks (and share the status of those tasks without being bombarded with questions while they are working…)

Get more out of your Slack software by extending your collaboration capabilities with Coolfire Core. By connecting Slack to your Core workspace, you can collaborate with the team in the field using the same tool you use to chat with the team at HQ. The only difference? Core provides a highly organized way of managing a team on the move’s communication, processes, information, location, and all the other critical assets they need to do their jobs. Slack is great for chat, but not always great for getting work done.

The Slack + Core connector helps your team on the move get updated info, chat back when they have questions about a job, and provide you with real-time work status. Connecting the two systems allows your entire team to stay on the same page and get more done.

Coolfire Core extends the power of collaboration in Slack to the edge of your organization. Get in touch with our Customer Success Team to gets started with the Slack + Core integration.

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Slack + Coolfire Core integration

Keeping your team connected just got easier. Deliver the info your team needs to do their jobs–right and on time. Get started with Core for free or grab time with our team to see how Core keeps your team moving.

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