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Adidas chooses Dropbox Enterprise for collaboration

Adidas attracted by ease of use and secure support across devices

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Adidas has chosen Dropbox Enterprise to improve collaboration between employees, ensuring staff can share files when they need it.

Dropbox added that Adidas needed a solution that would allow its teams to collaborate, wherever they were situated in the world, with security an important factor too.

“At the Adidas Group, we want to provide our employees with the best tools they need to get their work done”, said Sören Schmidt, director collaboration and mobile at the Adidas Group.

“When selecting a technical solution that is meant to change the way people collaborate, usability and simplicity were among our most important criteria. The strong adoption of Dropbox Enterprise among employees shows us that we made the right choice.”

Adidas explored a number of options before deciding on Dropbox, which presented an easy-to-use option, with inbuilt support for document creation and sharing in just a few clicks. Because Dropbox Enterprise supports a wide range of devices, it means employees don't even need to be in the office to share and work on documents.

"As a leader in the sporting goods industry with teams working together all around the world, the Adidas Group needs a powerful collaboration platform to get things done effectively, and securely," Thomas Hansen, global vice president of sales and channel at Dropbox, added.

"With Dropbox Enterprise, employees at the Adidas Group can access their most important information from anywhere, and seamlessly share and create with different teams. We’re excited to see what the Adidas Group, backed by the power of our enterprise-wide collaboration platform, brings to playing field next."

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