Special Report: Aragon Research Hot Vendors™ for 2020 (Part I)
The enterprise of today needs a dedicated set of tools to effectively enable its knowledge workers. For decades, businesses have relied on a disparate combination of different tools from different providers to meet every day needs like messaging, project management, and content creation. To overcome the productivity loss that comes with distributing business processes into siloed applications that must be independently managed, many firms are turning to what Aragon calls digital work hubs to integrate their different toolsets into a single, unified platform. Aragon has selected four hot vendors in digital work hubs who are making a difference.
In an era where remote work has become mandatory, there is a need to not only enhance skills to maintain productivity, there is a need to develop new skills. Remote work will be with us after the pandemic is over, but in the meantime, it is crucial to move fast to ensure associates, managers, and even customers have access to the right skills for tasks at hand. New providers are emerging that are offering a differentiated offering. In this research note, Aragon identifies three hot vendors in learning who are making a difference.
In a new era of remote work, the pressure on sales teams to sell virtually is greater than it ever was. While selling virtually is not new for inside sales teams Direct Sellers face pressure to deliver the same revenue and to do it with no direct face to face contact. Technology will be vital to virtual selling. Sales enablement providers offer enterprises streamlined platforms that incorporate all the necessary tools for digital selling. Aragon has identified four vendors in sales enablement that are making a difference in the sales enablement market.