Clarizen “Leads the Pack” in Enterprise Collaborative Work Management

Forrester analysts include Clarizen among the leaders in The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Collaborative Work Management, Q4 2016.


Forrester Research has positioned Clarizen as a leader in the Enterprise Collaborative Work Management Wave. After conducting product evaluations of thirteen different software vendors, Forrester analysts included Clarizen as a leader in the 25-criteria evaluation which was based on Strategy, Current Offering, and Market Presence.

We believe Forrester recognized Clarizen as a leader due to our unique award-winning ability to help enterprises collaborate, innovate, move faster and lead the way—all from a single, intuitive solution.

According to the report, “The CWM market is growing because more information workers see CWM as a way to enable them to organize. This market growth is in large part due to the fact that enterprise architecture pros increasingly trust CWM providers to act as strategic partners and advise them on top CWM decisions.” The report also notes, “As organizations become more cross-functional in nature, flexible workspaces, proofing, and integration enable teams to work together in the way that works for them, regardless of approach or location.”

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