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Sizing Up the Enterprise Collaboration Market

Forrester Wave names Projectplace a leader

Sizing Up the Enterprise Collaboration Market

According to Forrester:

  • 77% of information workers use email to communicate internally
  • 76% use it to share information with external partners
  • 26% are on email at least several times a day
  • 53% are on it constantly

Not surprisingly, these interruption-driven activities cut the time devoted to an actual task to a mere 18%. The antidote to email disruptions? Collaborative Work Management solutions, such as Projectplace by Planview.

To help you evaluate these products, Forrester has just reviewed 13 collaborative work management providers against 25 criteria, including providers’ current offering, strategy, and market presence. Projectplace was named a “Leader,” their highest possible designation. Criteria also included team management, reporting, globalization, security, and mobile.

In a new blog on Project Lab, I discuss key market differentiators and how Forrester ranked Projectplace when it comes to balancing work and collaboration. You’ll learn:

  • Why information workers are looking to collaborate with a purpose
  • How Projectplace uses timelines and Kanban cards to enable workers
  • How Projectplace uses robust security to support global organizations

Read the blog “Among Companies that Lead the Pack in Collaborative Work Management” to get caught up on this exciting news and get a sneak peek at The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Collaborative Work Management, Q4 2016.Projectplace Project Lab

 

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Zach McDowell
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Zach is a product manager for Projectplace. He has managed teams across three continents at Planview and largely focuses on driving innovation in Projectplace through its user experience and large feature set. He led one of the largest releases in Projectplace’s 18-year history and continues to grow and support its global user base.