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29 Mar

How to Pick the Right Enterprise Collaboration Solution

The work environment in the formal sector has drastically changed over the past few years. Outsourcing more roles to third-party service providers and independent contractors working remotely sometimes from halfway across the globe is underway. The rising popularity of this new arrangement, to some extent, is as a result of innovations in enterprise collaboration solutions. 

Here are some of the factors that you should consider when choosing the most appropriate collaboration software for your organization.

Cross-platform Support

Whether you’re collaborating with an independent contractor or colleagues based in a remote office, you need tools that can work on multiple devices. That includes mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets which will allow team members to interact from wherever they are, whenever they need to.

Ease of use

It is important to keep in mind that not everyone within the collaborating team is tech savvy. It might also be difficult to physically train each user on how the collaboration software works especially if members of the team are in far-flung geographical regions. It is, therefore, important to ensure that the collaboration solution is easy to use before full roll-out.

Ability to integrate with third-party Apps

In the course of collaboration work, team members may wish to share external content during conversations. Examples of such content are social media feeds or perhaps stock performance data from the bourse. The collaboration tool needs to ensure integration of elements coming from outside of its platform.

Value for Money

At the end of the day, every investment made must make sense with regard to the returns it will generate for your company. It is, therefore, important to consider the cost-benefits implications of all options available in the market. Get in touch with us now for more details.

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