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Large organizations are scrambling to get their people working from home. They’re jumping on Zoom, Microsoft Office 365, Google Drive, etc. to cope. But these provide only partial solutions to the communication problems they face. If your company phone contacts and calendars are out of sync, it’s a big problem.

Globally, thousands of large organizations—some with 500, 1,000 or 10,000+ employees—are hobbled by ever-changing, disorganized contact lists and calendars. US work-from-home (WFH) productivity is already stalling in the confusion. Seven out of 10 employers are struggling to adapt to the new reality.

Silicon Valley’s Cira Apps has an effective SaaS platform: CiraSync.

“CiraSync automates smartphone address books and calendars, providing time-saving productivity advantages to 8,500 companies,” says Cira Apps founder and CTO Vern Weitzman.

“If your key people don’t know who’s reaching out, they wind up sending crucial calls to voicemail—or wasting time on spam and robocalls at inopportune moments. These interruptions can range from a simple inconvenience to a 40 percent loss in productivity.”

CiraSync is a cloud-based tech tool that syncs smartphone calendars and contacts across enterprise networks of all sizes. As big organizations brace for the eighth week of lockdown, CiraSync is designed to accelerate their workers’ productivity—and protect their profitability.

“Enterprises often have one person meticulously maintain a contact list, meant to be shared by many people in the company—and yet nobody uses it,” Weitzman says. “Now, imagine syncing that contact list to everyone’s smartphones and suddenly it’s benefiting the whole company. CiraSync is a rapid productivity solution that can save a large organization tens of thousands of dollars.”

Hard-pressed companies in a pandemic can’t afford to waste time and money on contact list confusion—so Cira Apps technology is built to ensure they don’t.

The company has also taken a lead on helping organizations almost from the start of the pandemic. Cira Apps is donating CiraSync tools to public emergency organizations and front-line workers in the fight against COVID-19. The company is offering its contacts/ calendar synchronization technology free to emergency organizations for 180 days.