Collaboration is already important to many businesses. But many believe collaboration will play an even bigger role in the organizations of tomorrow.
As the market for real-time communication and collaboration services emerged more than a decade ago, there was a heavy focus placed on the technology that powered each platform. Everyone was always talking about what this vendor was doing or what that vendor was up to.
But that’s all changing, according to David Mario Smith, research director at Aragorn Research.
It seems as though almost every day there’s a new collaboration app that’s touted as a true game changer.
On the surface, the solutions—like Cotap, Zula, IMO, Hall, Quip, Kato, Voxer, Glip, Google Hangouts, Uber, Biba, Convo and Slack, among many others—appear to be quite similar. But upon closer inspection, all of these apps have their own distinct personalities.