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Persistent Releases Enterprise Collaboration Strategy Whitepaper At Cisco Summit

Outsourced software product development services provider Persistent Systems Ltd. released its 'Developing the Enterprise Collaboration Strategy' whitepaper at the Cisco Collaboration Summit 2011 - November 14-17, 2011.

Persistent Systems is a silver sponsor of the summit, where it is showcasing its Cisco Quad expertise.

At the Summit, Persistent Systems unveiled a road-map for developing a robust enterprise collaboration strategy in its first of a series of three whitepapers on collaboration. The paper maintains that collaboration is not only about communication but also connecting the resources to improve business across the enterprise.

The whitepaper explores the three main steps that are necessary to develop a collaboration strategy, namely, 1) defining where the organization is today, 2) identifying and defining a collaboration approach and 3) selecting the right technology to support the organization's specific collaboration needs.

VP - Enterprise Collaboration Practice Sanjeev Sisodiya said, "In our whitepaper, we offer enterprises a perspective on how to maximize their chance for success by putting in the time and effort to develop a collaboration strategy that ensures collaboration tools are enablers of more efficient, more productive work, making the lives of the organization's employees, customers, and partners, easier and better."

At the BSE, Persistent Systems shares are being traded at Rs.312, down by 1.36 percent from the previous close.

by RTT Staff Writer

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