2023 Guide to Tool Consolidation in Coda
Coda's Tool Consolidation Handbook

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Coda vs. docs

Even your most basic projects need more than a regular writing surface to get the job done. Traditional docs like Google Docs and Quip make you link between your other tools. Quit toggling between tools. Bring your work into an “everything” surface.
Coda’s modern canvas combines text, tables, apps, and your team for real time collaboration and you can leverage Coda’s AI assistant to take the busywork out of your day.

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What our customers say:

[Before Coda], any other supporting documentation was scattered in various Google Docs that were often not kept up to date and were hard to locate....
With Coda, we truly have a one stop shop and single source of truth. Coda is the hub of our entire line of business. It houses our workflows, data, processes, best practices, and more.
Overall, Coda has completely transformed how my team does our work and helped mature us to the next level. I cannot image managing this team and our body of work without it.
—Operations and Strategy manager, Enterprise customer
Attempting to accomplish this in another tool like Confluence or Google Docs would be clunky and difficult.
Not only is Coda saving us so much time, but we're making much more robust, beautiful, and collaborative documents.
—Ilyssa Russ, Learning and Development Manager at Tempo
Coda makes it easy for people to get the information they need, which not only saves time, but also empowers them to do the job.
Instead of fielding Slack messages throughout the day from people asking for help locating a specific timeline, message, contact, etc., teams across Intercom can just find what they need when they need it.
— Mark Iafrate, PMM & Partnerships at Intercom

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