Businesses often have a global infrastructure. This requires vast numbers of employees to be spread across the world. Extension countries need offices. With this, they also need branch members to manage their consumer base, distribution and helplines. The net of commerce is vast, but it has drawbacks. It requires extensive travel to conduct meetings or the delay of awaiting electronic responses. This wastes valuable time, lowering employee morale and creating an unintentional divide between local and overseas branches. This means distinct, often uncommunicative bubbles of workers that hinder productivity and slash profits.