Monthly Archives: June 2009

Collaboration in Australia

Are you currently using collaborative software, or are you planning to acquire it? Would you like to benchmark your experience against that of others? Are you based in Australia?

We are researching the use of collaboration tools in Australia. “Collaboration” is a buzz term at the moment, and we want to get behind the hype to discover how organisations are selecting and implementing tools and whether they are benefiting from them. If you have experience with selecting, implementing or maintaining a collaboration tool within the last 12 months then we would like you to take part in this survey. The survey is open from Monday 22 June 2009.
What’s in it for me?
You will receive a free summary overview of the survey results from all participants. You can compare your situation with others and learn from their experiences in:
  • Identifying the range of tools;
  • Selecting and implementing them;
  • Realising benefits;
  • Using consultants and other service providers.

We will combine these survey results with key vendor interviews, case studies and further research to provide the first authoritative overview report of the Australian Collaboration Technology Landscape. As a participant in the survey, you will be eligible for a copy of this report at a discount.

About the survey

This survey is being conducted by Matthew Moore, Director, Innotecture and Keith De La Rue, Principal Consultant, AcKnowledge Consulting.
All survey data collected will be anonymised before the publication of any reports.

Please fill out the survey at http://tinyurl.com/ozcollab now!

Matthew Moore
Keith De La Rue
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