As many organizations settle into their new work-from-home reality, “collaboration” has gone from a buzzword to a non-negotiable part of how work gets done. The new problem: not a lack of collaboration tools, but too many choices. It seems every piece of software in your application portfolio comes with some form of collaboration tool built in. Your end users are probably even bringing their own in some cases. So which one(s) do you use for what purposes? And how can you ensure that users are sticking to the tools you approve?
Our research Rationalize Your Collaboration Tools helps you solve these problems by showing you how to:
- Inventory these tools.
- Align them to your organization’s requirements.
- Take action on eliminating overlap and filling in gaps.
The outcome is an increase in end-user productivity and a reduction in overlapping software costs.
Remove inefficiencies, streamline user adoption of approved tools, and optimize user engagement so collaboration happens in the best tools for the job.