Application overload is hurting productivity

We have more tools than ever before, but they're making us less productive. As businesses search for solutions, 451 Research predicts a new era of SaaS defined by Work Hubs. 

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Collaboration is suffering

451 Research found that a majority of employees are struggling with the growing volume of technology applications at work, making it hard to collaborate and share information efficiently.

451 Research identified three key drivers of demand for Work Hubs:

Power visibility

Growing number of technology applications means businesses need to give employees a strategic hub with a personalised view of the resources they need.

Source of truth

Aggregation of context such as people, timelines, dependencies, resourcing, and status allows employees to make effective and efficient decisions.

Higher engagement

Work Hubs support workforce engagement and related outcomes, such as talent acquisition, retention, and operational agility.

Work can’t just be the sum of disconnected point solutions

“Businesses have realized that work can’t just be the sum of disconnected point solutions designed to address specific functional needs, with no regard for how teams and the wider organization works." - Chris Marsh, 451 Research S&P Global Market Intelligence

Learn how leaders in operations and human resources are using Work Hubs to drive visibility and alignment

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