Slack, Zoom and now Microsoft’s customers recognize an increasingly clear business truth: The future of work requires agility–not just for startups but for every company
A new breed of enterprise SaaS companies has achieved mainstream recognition due to their rapid mainstream adoption. Zoom has 50,000 corporate customers, and Slack has 10 million daily active users. Microsoft responded to Slack’s growth with a competitor called Teams, which quickly became the fastest growing application in Microsoft’s history. In only two years, it garnered 13 million daily active users and 19 million weekly active users. Notably, it’s not just startups, the typical early adopters for B2B technology, who are using these tools. As of their filings, 50 percent of the Fortune 500 were using Zoom, and 65 of the Fortune 100 were using Slack. Even more–91 of the Fortune 100–are using Teams.
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