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As businesses look to cut costs, collaboration is often put on the chopping block. But this creates a false economy — here’s why…
To boost the bottom line, cutting costs is often the first option. And Andrew Small, our VP of UC, Mobile and Contact Centre Portfolio, has noticed a trend where CIOs are making savings on mobile technology in order to balance the books.
However, while this might work as a short-term solution, it could be detrimental in the long run.
In the visual below, we explore the reasons why a cut in collaboration can create a false economy, and why you should instead try to capture collaboration in 2017. For a further look at the topic, download our report.