Case Study
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Use language that everyone can easily understand.
Do not write in first person, write in 3rd person about your company.
Example: Use "they have accomplished to..." rather than "we have accomplished to..."

Simple almost always trumps sophisticated especially if you’re using technical jargon.
Make sure your messages and concepts are conveyed in a clear style, and the language is used to support them.

The case study should help someone understand what success you have achieved with Ultradox in conjunction with Google Apps and how you have achieved it.
Include features and benefits and how other customers can replicate this success to meet their own business needs.

Don’t preach so much about the benefits of the integrated solution; let the story speak on behalf of your experience instead by demonstrating what steps you took to achieve success. Highlight the qualitative impact of a feature in a quote.
Quotes must be accurate, but don’t need to be verbatim as long as it matches the message.

You may want to use the following example as a reference:
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B0oWsMDAc_SiVlh6Rkg2WHZLNDQ/preview
Title *
Create a short title for your case study by completing the sentence "The customer is using Ultradox to..."
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Customer *
Enter the name of your company, e.g. Larrondo's Auto Center
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Logo *
Enter the URL of your company logo (e.g. http://www.mycompany.com/images/logo.png)
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Organization *
Describe your business in ~100 words. Include number of employees, location(s), and enough about the company to help readers engage.
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Email *
Please enter your email so that we can contact you to finalze the case study
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Business and Technical Challenge
Provide 150-250 words describing the situation that your business and technology was in before you have adopted Google for Work and Ultradox and what limitations made you feel the need to change.
What was hard to accomplish?
Who felt the pain?
Describe the problem with numbers and data whenever you can: monthly costs, days of downtime, excess headcount, longer cycle times, higher support costs, etc.

Describe the business challenge, unaddressed opportunity, or “gap” that you wanted to resolve. Include 1-2 examples such as:
- Automated processes that have been time consuming before leveraging Ultradox
- Improved productivity with more effective tools for sharing and collaboration
Challenge *
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Challenge 1 *
One-sentance summary of one of the challenges
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Challenge 2 *
One-sentance summary of one of the challenges
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Solution
Write 300-400 words describing the integrated solution which combines Ultradox functionality with Google Apps services to deliver customer value.

- “Why” (what set these events in motion) in the story?
- What specific parts or functionality from Ultradox is being used?
- With which Google Apps services are these functions integrated?
- How does the integration work?
- What does the solution deliver for you from a product perspective?
- What new capabilities or efficiencies did you have once Ultradox was deployed?
- What have been some of the of the technical results and indicators of success so far?

Use specific Google Apps products and describe what they do to address the challenge in 1-2 examples such as:
- Used Ultradox to generate documents from templates created with Google Docs
- Uploaded PDF documents generated with Ultradox to Google Drive to make them searchable
Solution *
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Solution 1 *
One-sentance summary of one of the solutions
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Solution 2 *
One-sentance summary of one of the solutions
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Business Benefits
Write 300-400 words describing what changed for you by having implemented Ultradox and Google for Work, and what business results you have enjoyed.

- Did they increase speed? Enhance targeting? Enrich collaboration and prove productivity? Increase accuracy? Reduce costs?
- Express the gain in measurable, data-driven terms: costs saved, downtime reduced, more documents shared, hours or headcount saved, faster response to customers, quicker time to market, shorter sales cycles, higher close rates, etc.
- It is important to get here to both a qualitative description of the business benefits and the quantified results so far

Detail measurable, provable results. Use data wherever possible and include 3 examples such as:

- Dramatically cut costs, by shortening delivery times, reducing staff hours, and saving on software licenses.
- Increased sales team productivity by providing richer actionable information faster, reducing time to close, and increasing cross-sell/ up-sell deals (share of total).
Result *
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Result 1 *
One-sentance summary of one of the results
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Result 2 *
One-sentance summary of one of the results
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Quotes
Choose the 2 quotes to be included in the case study. Highlight one that will be in the main body of the case study, and a second for the left sidebar.

Add an attribution (who made the statement) and job title – this person should also be quoted in the main copy

Keep these quotes about 1-2 sentences in length

Quote 1 *
Example: Ultradox together with Google Apps not only helped our company grow productivity by 40% on a weekly basis, we also saved $10,000 per month by reducing our software licensing costs.
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Attribution quote 1 *
e.g. Joe Smith, COO of ACME Company
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Quote 2 *
Example: Ultradox together with Google Apps not only helped our company grow productivity by 40% on a weekly basis, we also saved $10,000 per month by reducing our software licensing costs.
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Attribution quote 2 *
e.g. Joe Smith, COO of ACME Company
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