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What preposion is suited to the following sentence, in or by or at?

our team introduced practical processes and possible solutions available in our/the company.

And if there is some better way to write that, please show me.

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An idiomatic choice would be

Available to...

But once the solution has been introduced, is it really still a "possible" solution?

I would make this into two clauses:

Our team introduced new practical processes to the company, and (some verb) potential solutions for .....

  • Our team made/introduced possible solutions and practical processes available to our/the company. – miltonaut Dec 3 '14 at 12:00

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