8 questions every IT leader should ask when choosing a collaboration platform

For companies trying to increase agility, better collaboration is an urgent priority – a way to reduce the organisational drag that kills innovation.

The next big leap for enterprise collaboration

Software has transformed every business discipline.

But the crucial discipline of collaboration – the ways we work together to get things done – is stuck in a rut.

After the initial strides made by email, conferencing and chat apps, progress in collaboration has plateaued. We’ve got lots more apps to help us, but our work is far more fragmented and high-friction than ever before. And it’s holding up work across the business world.

It’s a big problem, but it’s an even bigger opportunity. Because collaboration is a fundamental part of almost every job and process, improving it delivers real productivity gains across the whole enterprise.

For companies trying to increase agility, better collaboration has become an urgent priority – a way to reduce the organisational drag that kills innovation and responsiveness.

That’s what this guide is all about: helping you choose a collaboration hub that helps streamline, automate and accelerate the common activities we all do every day. Tasks such as sharing information, coming together around an issue, building consensus, progressing workflows, communicating, updating, alerting, reporting, searching…

As an IT leader, you’re in a unique position to drive this change and improve work across the whole business.

No one else sees software use across the entire enterprise. No one better understands the potential locked up in existing software investments. And no one else can drive the move to centralising collaboration in order to improve work for everyone.

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