2017 Enterprise Collaboration and Social Software Logo Landscape

As the first in our 2017 updates to RSG's Logo Landscape Series, here's the Enterprise Collaboration & Social Software marketplace.

It shows how the 23 Enterprise Collaboration & Social Software options that RSG evaluates in our Enterprise Collaboration & Social Software Report fall into five groupings:

- Platform Vendors

- Major Suites

- Smaller Suites

- Specialist Players

- Social Enterprise Layers and SharePoint Supplements

Enterprise Collaboration and Social Software Logo Landscape

You can download a copy here.

Of course, these categories are merely a starting point for customers investigating the market. This is a two-dimensional analysis that tries to group similar competitors, but you'll almost surely want to look across segments to create an overall architecture of participation. 

In fact, I recommend considering a variety of criteria — like we specify in RSG's Real Quadrant tool — to get you to to a good starting point to conduct further diligence and testing before you ultimately make a buying decision.

If we can help you here, please let us know.

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