Now available, the new software identifies adoption issues, inefficient and broken business processes across critical SaaS application platforms – Salesforce.com, Box and Google Apps
STAMFORD, Conn., Sept. 16, 2014 — Applango, a new software company that collects, analyzes and reports on the usage of mission-critical SaaS applications, launched today. The company aims to solve the massive adoption issues and inefficient business processes that have plagued the software-as-a-service (SaaS) industry by revealing usage data they’ve never had access to – until now.
Organizations are planning to spend $20B on SaaS in 2014, growing 33 percent from last year.[i] They are relying on these applications to get business done, but it takes a significant amount of time and effort to implement them enterprise-wide. Today, all organizations are experiencing some combination of ineffective, low, or non-usage of their SaaS investments because the intended processes are not happening properly. The pay-off is hindered due to low employee adoption and resistance to changing processes and using new tools. Very often, the reports that should reveal these behaviors are incomplete, untimely or inaccurate. Applango’s mission is to solve that.
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