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Bitrix Announces the Ten Most Popular Intranet Collaboration Features for Improved Internal Efficiency

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia January 24, 2011

– Survey Reveals: Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Need Simple Tools With Quick and Easy Adoption

http://www.bitrixsoft.com?r1=prnw&r2=10ways

http://www.bitrixsoft.com/products/intranet/?r1=prnw&r2=10ways

       Rank   Intranet collaboration feature          1    Employee availability and presence tracking         2    Instant messaging and video conferencing         3    Meetings / conference room management         4    Virtual workgroups         5    Shared documents         6    Workflow management         7    Routine processes automation         8    Information and expert discovery         9    Idea management and social networking        10    Task management  

http://www.bitrixsoft.com/products/intranet/features/?r1=prnw&r2=10ways

The survey confirms that SMBs are mainly interested in simple collaboration tools with the shortest adoption period. The organizations prefer step-by-step intranet adoption that starts from the most commonly used features and ends with heavy-weight functionality. In fact, this process may stretch over months depending on the organization’s readiness, internal governance and c-level support.

Considering the growing popularity of the intranet technology, Bitrix predicts that in the next year this list may undergo a major shift. Many organizations will be one step ahead in the intranet adoption and proceed with implementing more comprehensive collaboration features like business process automation, records management, social CRM and e-Learning. At the same time, we believe the market will be notable for greater awareness of the benefits of intranets, as vendors provide better guidance to speed up the technology adoption.

http://www.bitrixsoft.com/support/doc/white_papers.php?r1=prnw&r2=10ways

About Bitrix, Inc.

Alexandria, VA

SOURCE Bitrix, Inc.

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