Technology trends

Three technology trends driving the adoption of collaboration tools

Full adoption of collaborative tools increases productivity and enables organizations to hire talent from anywhere.

Fremont, California: Over the past ten years, the workforce has changed dramatically. More and more organizations are hiring remote employees, freelancers, part-timers, and full-time office staff to cope with an ever-increasing workload. Innovative approaches to business cooperation have been shown to increase your company’s productivity by 20-30%. Therefore, we have no choice but to use the technology at our disposal to improve our collaboration as customers demand a better experience and faster response times.

Integration and API

Data, relevant documents, and communication must be kept remote so that employees can function productively from any location. APIs manage requests and enable accessible communication between systems, which is essential in today’s world.

In today’s world, we live and work in a mixed environment. Some programs are cloud-based, while others are exclusively available on-premises. Because of these differences, companies must use one platform to combine cloud and on-premises applications. This is where the API comes in handy.

Augmented and Virtual Reality

Virtual reality and augmented reality aren’t just for video games. These technologies are very beneficial to businesses, and businesses are taking notice. According to Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research, the commercial and public market for virtual reality and augmented reality is expected to reach $16.1 billion by 2025.

In terms of virtual reality, technology is transforming conference rooms. Collaboration is still possible even when employees cannot meet in the same physical area, even if they are on opposite sides of the globe.

Intelligent virtual personal assistants and chatbots

Have you ever gone to a company’s website to look up basic information like its address or menu? How many times have you received no response? It pisses me off just thinking about it. Businesses that use chatbots to address this challenge have a significant advantage over their competitors.

But, in addition to the many consumer benefits, companies are discovering ways to use chatbots and intelligent virtual personal assistants (VPAs) to support staff. Many companies are beginning to employ SVPAs in the office for note taking, meeting scheduling, and task reminders. They are a great approach to increasing productivity and collaboration.