Why you should download Salesforce Chatter from the Windows Store
Salesforce, a well-known name in the enterprise collaboration space, recently announced the availability of its Chatter app for Windows 10 devices.
The companies are already working together to provide users with efficient and powerful tools for their business needs. This latest move further strengthens their existing relationship.
Chatter empowers workforces to work more efficiently and productively, from anywhere. The app makes it possible to share files and data across the company as well as collaborate on work all from an app.
Essentially Chatter functions as an enterprise social network that lets employees and other management level staff in the business work together via the Web in a collaborative and easy to use space.
The enterprise communications space is full of new entrants and long time players offering solutions that make it easier than ever to get more work done from any location. The market shows no signs for slowing either.
Recent research findings suggest that the enterprise collaboration market size is estimated to grow to 49.51 billion by 2021 with the widespread use of social networking sites and ongoing use of mobile devices both playing a key role in this increase. In fact, the enterprise social network solution segment is projected to grow the most in terms of CAGR during this period.
The availability of Chatter on Windows 10 devices offers a chance for business users to increase growth and profitability. Once employees have the app on their desktops, they’ll be able to connect in-real time and share ideas and collaborate with others easily using their Windows 10 device.
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