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In the professional services industry, expertise is one of your most valuable resources. Yet it's often fragmented and distributed haphazardly around your whole organization. And, since it's impractical to have all your employees working on one client all the time, your company's ability to grow depends on making expertise available to more clients more often by tapping into the collective knowledge of the organization.
HLB Mann Judd, the fast growing, dynamic network of professional accounting firms and business advisors, is no exception to this rule. They recognized that endless email chains and phone-tag aren't the best way to communicate and share information. So they turned to an Enterprise Social Network because the research firm, McKinsey Global Institute, estimated that an ESN can streamline the internal search for experts and information by 35 percent.