Virtual Teams

There’s an old adage in business: time, quality, or cost… you can only pick two. Here at Ideba, we believe you can pick all three, and we make it possible with our virtual team model.

We seek to work with the best and brightest minds – irrespective of geography or timezone. This allows us to produce high quality work quickly, while keeping costs down. Technologies like email, video conferencing and Live Meeting are slowly but surely tearing down proverbial cubicle walls across the globe.

Not only is the virtual team model a win/win for clients and employers, but the environment too. Studies show that telecommuting as little as twice per week could take the equivalent of 385,000 Canadian cars off the road, saving approximately 390 million litres of gas.

Now let’s hear from you – what do you see as the pros and cons of working as a virtual team?

– Erin Sullivan, Director of Client Services

1 reply
  1. Stephanie
    Stephanie says:

    I think when you are a virtual team you have to be great at working independently and collaborating with team members. I love working alone without the distractions of chatty co-workers and office politics when I am deeply focused on my work. At the same time, I know that when I need help or to share ideas my team members are only a phone call away – and they always answer.

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