Why Does Collaboration Software Often Disappoint & Frustrate?

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This new article from GForge explores the six big reasons that so many developers and businesses are frustrated with their collaboration and project management solutions.

Six Big Reasons that Developers and Businesses Don’t Like their Collaboration Software

The GForge Group, Inc. (https://gforge.com) today announced a new online article about the top reasons that tech developers and other businesses are unhappy with their collaboration and project management solutions.
In fact, many solutions on the market often make collaboration more difficult and confusing.

You can access this new article at https://gforge.com/blog/article/why-does-collaboration-software-suck.html

The six big collaboration platform challenges are:
1.    You Get Pieces & Parts that Don’t Easily Work Together
2.    Too Small or Too Big, Won’t Scale
3.    Who’s Working for Whom? Do the tools really work for YOU?
4.    Comments Are Not Collaboration
5.    They’re Expensive – The evils of vendor upsell
6.    Golden Handcuffs – Vendor Lock-In

About GForge

GForge, established in 2006, is a leading developer and supplier of project and collaboration management software that provides the industry’s most comprehensive set of easy to use tools for businesses and organizations to create, manage and scale projects of various sizes and levels of complexity.

Available in both on-premise and SaaS formats, GForge features and capabilities include Agile/Scrum support, ticketing, team chat, kanban boards, wiki, document management, etc. GForge also provides specific features to engineering teams including source code management, code reviews and pull requests.

GForge is the industry’s preferred on-premises project & collaboration solution and is particularly popular in the Defense & Aerospace Industries. For more info about GForge, please visit us at https://gforge.com

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