This is the sixth Magic Quadrant that has been published around social software and collaboration.
Gartner’s highly regarded Magic Quadrants are published throughout the year and remain the most talked about reports for product selection in the IT industry. There are over 100 different technology categories and this is the sixth Magic Quadrant that has been published around social software, in this case authored by Gartner analysts Nikos Drakos, Jeffrey Mann and Adam Sarner.
For many, the Magic Quadrant is the first step to understanding the technology providers they should consider with companies plotted on two dimensions: ability to execute and completeness of vision. Here’s how it shakes out:
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If you’re looking for more information on enterprise social be sure to take a look at Business-Software.com’s Top 10 Enterprise Social Management Tools software report.