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Bitrix Announces the Ten Most Popular Intranet Collaboration Features for Improved Internal Efficiency

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ALEXANDRIA, Virginia, January 24, 2011/PRNewswire/ —

– Survey Reveals: Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Need Simple Tools With Quick and Easy Adoption

Bitrix, Inc. (http://www.bitrixsoft.com?r1=prnw&r2=10ways), a technology trendsetter in business communications solutions, introduces a survey of the top-10 most popular intranet collaboration benefits that allow organizations to improve internal efficiency and raise workforce productivity.

Based on analysis of 1.000+ real-life installations of Bitrix Intranet (http://www.bitrixsoft.com/products/intranet/?r1=prnw&r2=10ways) among small and medium-sized businesses and many years of implementing social-enabled intranet solutions, Bitrix has shortlisted the most popular collaboration features.

      Rank   Intranet collaboration feature
        1    Employee availability and presence tracking
        2    Instant messaging and video conferencing
        3    Meetings / conference room management
        4    Virtual workgroups
        5    Shared documents
        6    Workflow management
        7    Routine processes automation
        8    Information and expert discovery
        9    Idea management and social networking
       10    Task management

The top ten list reflects the most-used intranet collaboration features ( http://www.bitrixsoft.com/products/intranet/features/?r1=prnw&r2=10ways) and correspond to the most popular adoption patterns. Intriguingly, the priority of listings doesn’t match the wide-spread notion of the customer demand among SMBs. Indeed, task management, shared documents and content search are on the list but concede position to the seemingly less important features like presence tracking, instant messaging and meetings management. This is due to the fact that SMBs normally start the intranet implementation not with the most ‘famous’ features but rather those which are easy to adopt.

The survey confirms that SMBs are mainly interested in simple collaboration tools with the shortest adoption period. The organizations prefer step-by-step intranet adoption that starts from the most commonly used features and ends with heavy-weight functionality. In fact, this process may stretch over months depending on the organization’s readiness, internal governance and c-level support.

Considering the growing popularity of the intranet technology, Bitrix predicts that in the next year this list may undergo a major shift. Many organizations will be one step ahead in the intranet adoption and proceed with implementing more comprehensive collaboration features like business process automation, records management, social CRM and e-Learning. At the same time, we believe the market will be notable for greater awareness of the benefits of intranets, as vendors provide better guidance to speed up the technology adoption.

Learn more about the ten most popular intranet collaboration features in a dedicated white paper ( http://www.bitrixsoft.com/support/doc/white_papers.php?r1=prnw&r2=10ways).

About Bitrix, Inc.

Bitrix is a privately-owned company developing an advanced business communications platform to bridge SMBs with their customers (Internet), partners (Extranet) and employees (Intranet). Founded in 1998 and headquartered in Alexandria, VA, Bitrix now incorporates 90+ staff, 40,000+ customers and 5,000+ partners worldwide. The customer list includes Hyundai, Volkswagen, Panasonic, Gazprom, Xerox, PricewaterhouseCoopers, DPD, VTB, Samsung and Cosmopolitan. Localized into 13 languages, the company’s products are distinguished for their pioneering technology, unique security features, extreme performance capacity and unmatched ease-of-use.

Source: Bitrix, Inc.

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