Bonobos is an e-commerce platform that designs and sells men's clothing, promising customers a better fit and easier buying experience than ever. Over the past 8 years, Bonobos has logged enviable growth: raising over $125 million, becoming profitable and nurturing a customer base of over 250,000 customers recurring buyers. It goes without saying that Bonobos' growth since 2007 has been impressive for men's retail, but if the company was to grow up (and out of startup mode), it sorely needed to put in place more efficient processes with leaner ways of communicating and documenting. In this Community Showcase, you will discover how Confluence helped Bonobos to do just that.
Phase 1: Set up
Bonobos starting using Confluence to:
Once Confluence was broadly adopted, the team started to refer to it familiarly as BIN (Bonobos information network) which made the following impacts:
Provides storage for all types of internal forms for instant access, including employee directories, restaurant recommendations, internal policies, and more.
Note: Bonobos is also a type of mammal referred to as a "pygmy chimpanzee," which was not covered in this post.
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