Connected Enterprise Report 2016


Spain  Spain

Spanish organisations hold business managers as opposed to IT managers responsible for setting goals related to collaboration.

Mobility is core to collaboration in Spanish organisations, and they have empowered many of their workers to conduct business remotely at higher rates than the global average.

The top three trends affecting organisation’s Collaboration strategy are:

Adopt Collaboration “as a service” (web-based apps in a subscription model)
Accommodate BYOD
Embrace enterprise social

The most popular measures of success of Collaboration deployments are:

Successful technical implementation
Employee productivity data
faster time to market for new products

The most popular goals of collaboration strategy are:

Improve sales revenue
Improve individual employee productivity
Improve collaboration experience for employees using mobile devices

The following have sole or lead roles in collaboration strategy:




IT Directors mainly responsible for communications technology


General manager or business unity executive


Think internal communications are effective for ensuring employees benefit from Collaboration technology


of decisions to implement and use Collaboration technology within your department are made without the inclusion of the IT department


thinks their business unit/division adopts consumer-grade collaboration apps independently of IT and without IT’s explicit approval, because end users need to communicate/collaborate with customers, partners, and others outside our company, and apps provided by IT are for internal employees only