The words for collaborative and scheduling arose from Latin and French terms from about 1865 and meant work together.  Ever since then, from telephones to teletype to today’s internet, people have been trying to make working together work better.

In many ways working together has gotten harder as communication speed and information transfer has accelerated.  There are so many new devices, software advances and levels of training necessary to keep employees up to speed that scheduling and collaboration can become a time consuming nightmare.

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