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Bitrix: social enterprise solution to streamline your workload

Bitrix’s mission is to bridge businesses with their customers (internet), partners (extranet), and employees (intranet), and they make it free for small businesses with under 12 team members.

Bitrix = Dropbox + Zoho + Basecamp + Yammer

In a single day at work, you’ll use a handful of programs and professional solutions. Chances are you keep many tabs and programs open at once, just so you can have everything you need right at your fingertips. As convenient as it can be to have all of them open at once, it can also become confusing and complicated. How many times have you tried to find what you need and spent a few minutes clicking through all of your open windows and programs? It doesn’t have to be that tedious and annoying. What if you had one solution that encapsulated everything you needed with one click and it maintained full functionality?

Now you don’t have to wish; it’s a reality and it’s well within your grasp. Bitrix is a social enterprise solution that combines the features from Dropbox, Zoho, Basecamp, and Yammer. This means Bitrix gives you the power to manage your projects, share and edit files and online documents with your team, and manage your professional relationships with your customers or clients. You can also create planners, charts, and work reports.

Free for 12 or fewer employees

One of the many great things about Bitrix is that they understand that small businesses sometimes have very small budgets. So, if you have twelve or fewer employees, you can actually use all that Bitrix has to offer for free. But Bitrix isn’t just for small businesses. With over 60,000 clients, some of them are very large corporations, including Panasonic, Volkswagen, and Vogue.

Bitrix began in 1998 and is based in Virginia. While it started very small, it has since grown to include over 100 employees and over 7,000 partners across the globe. It’s also 100% self-funded. According to Bitrix’s website, its mission is to “bridge [small and medium businesses] with their customers (Internet), partners (Extranet), and employees (Intranet),” making Bitrix a relevant option for nearly any business.

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The American Genius Staff Writer: Charlene Jimenez earned her Master's Degree in Arts and Culture with a Creative Writing concentration from the University of Denver after earning her Bachelor's Degree in English from Brigham Young University in Idaho. Jimenez's column is dedicated to business and technology tips, trends and best practices for entrepreneurs and small business professionals.

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