Ministry of Supply is an apparel manufacturer designing high-performance, innovative business wear. The startup was founded in 2012 by three MIT graduates and currently employs 15 full-time employees in their Boston location and San Francisco pop-up store. All of Ministry of Supply’s clothing is uniquely designed with the same materials used in NASA space suits to regulate temperature, prevent wrinkles and odors and keep dry in the rain.
After switching to Google Apps in 2012, Ministry of Supply’s greatest challenge was collaborating on projects with teams in different time zones. Dan Weisman, Director of Marketing, needed a tool where his team could collaborate easily, share work in real-time and break down large projects into tangible, weekly goals.
After discovering GQueues, Weisman implemented it company-wide to meet these goals. His team benefits most from GQueues’ shared queues and subtasks, which helps them organize tasks for big projects and long-term goals. Weisman finds the assignments feature useful for updating his team in the office or on the go with the GQueues mobile app.
GQueues has helped Ministry of Supply’s employees improve accountability for their work and accomplish projects more efficiently. As Weisman noted about his team, “GQueues makes it easy to collaborate on projects and keep everyone on the same page. That visibility of the big picture is helpful.”
To learn more about Ministry of Supply’s results from using GQueues, read our full case study here.