Recently, tibbr was named a leader in Gartner’s “Magic Quadrant for Social Software in the Workplace.” Now, sure, the “Magic Quadrant” sounds like a place you need to wear a wizard hat to visit, but it’s really Gartner’s annual qualitative analysis of the enterprise collaboration software market. (That may be pretty disappointing to a lot of you, I realize.)
But if you’re more interested in business success than LARPing, the report is very valuable because it tells you who the industry movers and shakers are, and how well they’re positioned to help companies over the long haul. To be recognized as being a leader in the Enterprise Social Software space, companies needed to execute well against their current vision and be well positioned for tomorrow.
In the 2014 MQ report, Gartner named tibbr a leader based on its broad set of capabilities, including its utility for information-sharing, communication and collaboration. Gartner also noted that “tibbr emphasizes hierarchical, top-down information organization, tasks and idea management, and mobile support with location awareness.”
And finally, Gartner highlighted the integration “between tibbr and multiple conferencing providers…as well as with business applications and multiple content repositories…”
We’ve gone from an industry upstart to near parity with some of the biggest names in software, all in just a few short years. And this Gartner report is just more validation that tibbr is on the right track.
Read the report now: Gartner’s 2014 Magic Quadrant report of Social Software »