We asked 300 IT Directors, IT Managers, and CIOs about how their company collaborates around cloud applications—what's working and what's not.
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Since the first cloud app was adopted, we've witnessed a continuous flood of SaaS adopted by employees outside of IT. And while easy-to-access software is exciting, it comes with a cost.
The ownership and administrative responsibilities of these apps become scattered. Unfortunately, that fragmentation often leads to overlooked admin responsibilities, knowledge silos, hidden app data, poorly managed contracts, and ultimately, broken collaboration which results in tremendous monetary and time costs.
With that in mind, we wanted to know how IT feels about its cross-department collaboration efforts.
For 90%, they think it's going great! However, as we asked more questions, a different reality emerged.
For example, only 11% of IT pros say they collaborate with Finance or Procurement "often," and only 4% say they collaborate on just four essential tasks. Clearly, something doesn't add up.
In this report, we look under the hood of how businesses currently collaborate and identify ways to progress toward the promise of genuine collaboration and get the most out of SaaS applications.
- Uri Haramati, CEO and Co-Founder of Torii
We asked IT about their collaboration with each of these core, business units: