Sometimes, a company creates an amazing solution… but clients don’t understand why they need it. What do you do then? Garry Cooper has the answer, because it’s exactly what he had to do at his company Rheaply.
Here’s the problem, as Rheaply saw it: At large companies, employees often buy things the company already has. They also throw out things the company could still use. That’s because there’s no way for everyone in the company to know what they have, what they need, and how to get items across that divide. Garry and his team built Rheaply to solve that problem. It helps companies reuse products… if only they could get clients to recognize this as a problem, and realize the value of the solution. Here’s how Rheaply did it.
About Problem Solvers:
Jason Feifer features business owners and CEO’s who went through a crippling business problem and came out the other side happy, wealthy, and growing. Feifer, Entrepreneur’s Editor in Chief, pulls these stories out so other business can avoid the same crippling problems.