What's the Difference between Worksource and Dropbox or Box

From time to time we run into situations where we’re asked what’s the difference between what Worksource offers and what Box.com or Dropbox can do?

A perfectly legitimate question.

Our Response: Control. Organization. Ease of Use.

Worksource is tightly controlled repository which is managed by designated administrators. It’s not a free-for-all like Box or Dropbox which allows any user to add, delete and modify content.

A tighter reign on content ensures accuracy, compliance and prevents the chaos of a cluttered repository. What’s unique about our approach is that content is independent of Guides, so if you have an updated brochure and it’s in 3 Guides, you can update it in any one Guide and it will update in the other two, instantly. This ensure critical compliance and protects you from having outdated materials in circulation.

Unlike Box and DropBox which are based on a ‘folder’ organization methodology, Worksource is set up as a database of content with flexibility to organize based on your business needs.

Administrators create binders of information called Guides. Administrators can set user permissions to protect proprietary information and allow maximum flexibility to address a range of selling structures, teams and products.

Finally, the ease-of-use with Worksource is what really sets us apart. Worksource is a one-function sales enablement solution, providing a simple, intuitive and cost-effective sales enablement solution. The design, user interface and functionality is built with the administrator and end user in mind. Content is easily found, accessed, shared and managed.