Sarah A. DowneyPrincipal, Accomplice

What's the best document version control system or app?

I'm looking for an easy, hopefully inexpensive way to keep company-wide track of the latest versions of documents. We have a lot of decks, spec sheets, and product info that we're constantly updating as individuals and need to sync on these things as a group so we're not duplicating work. I've seen a few applications, but they look super old, clunky, and expensive. I'm also open to stringing a few things together.
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  2. Kyle Hess5Fintech Product Manager · Written
    I think Dropbox has really good version control, especially on a paid version. Then, things are also shareable online.
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    We also use Confluence for document versioning. It isn't what it's built for, but we use Confluence for documentation, and it versions documents really well.
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    I really love Quip. I don't think it covers your slide deck use case. But for documents and basic spreadsheets, it definitely does. I find it more approachable/easy to use than google docs.
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