January 10, 2012

Renowned Author and Nobel Laureate Tacitly Endorses Convofy

From the excellent new book by Daniel Kahneman, Thinking, Fast and Slow:

“One of the significant discoveries of cognitive psychologists in recent decades is that switching from one task to another is effortful, especially under time pressure.”


“[F]requent switching of tasks and speeded-up mental work are not intrinsically pleasurable, and that people avoid them when possible.”

More validation that Convofy’s in-context collaboration save time, effort and reduces unpleasant work processes! Check out our blog post, where we quantify the savings of in-context collaboration: Convofy Returns $1,000,000 More Than Yammer.

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