Apr 9 Posted 3 years ago
The market seems to still be very fragmented and there's a lot of new arrivals and smaller companies arriving. I've been testing many of the smaller vendors as they seem to have more innovativity in them. They do lack some features of course, but for organizations less than 1000 people they might be better. I last week found this newcomer called eee.do, http://eee.do which seems to be very promising with its tag cloud based navigation.
Mar 8 Posted 3 years ago
My prediction is, that there will be a great shift to systems that are integrated or can be integrated in existing systems like CRM, ERP or Intranet. Most companies don't want just another isolated application that creates new system gaps.
Mar 6 Posted 3 years ago
Do you know what the $800 million represents? Is this solely license sales or does the figure also include supplemental revenues (from integration / implementation)? I expect the latter, but thought it better to ask.
Dec 16 Posted 3 years ago
Confirms my opinion that IBM is market leader with Connections. Version 4.0 will strengthen their position. Enterprise Social Software should be availeble on every platform and device. That should be the primairy focus of Jive. Interesting that Microsoft seems to miss the train here, integration with Yammer will take too much time to catch up with the market leaders.
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