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Conversations trigger actions. It seems logical, and it should be seamless. So why do so many of us still have to jump between multiple enterprise applications as we perform our jobs, manage data and communicate progress to our coworkers?

Today, with shifting demographics, cross-organizational initiatives and more agile approaches to work, today’s information worker needs a better way to work.

Forrester reports that almost 30% of us must search multiple databases, while 75% must move outside of the applications they are working in to relay analysis via email[i]. This breaks the audit trail, clogs inboxes and is entirely unproductive.

Instead, workers need solutions structured around their workflows, while teams need solutions that allow them to work together and see the progress they’re making.

It’s a need that’s given rise to a category of tools that Forrester calls “Collaborative Work Management for the Enterprise”.

As organizations wake up to the realization that their employees want engaging, easy-to-use solutions that let them keep track of what they’re working on, collaborate with team members, and provide transparency to leadership about their performance, the market for Collaborative Work Management tools (such as Huddle) is set to explode.

The merging of work management and collaboration will continue to evolve as organizations and EA professionals continue to seek better ways to win, serve, and retain their customers.

To better understand the demands of today’s information workers and the nascent Collaborative Work Management landscape download your copy of Forrester’s Vendor Landscape: Collaborative Work Management For The Enterprise.

[i] Forrester’s Vendor Landscape: Collaborative Work Management For The Enterprise. August 2015

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