Productiv partners with Miro to provide visibility for new collaborative practices
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Productiv has announced a collaboration with the Miro app to improve how employees communicate within the firm and to make communication apps like Miro more useful. Companies will continue to invest in collaborative tools, and Miro and Productiv are both working to improve the value of such solutions.
Productiv, an enterprise SaaS management platform, has announced it is collaborating with Miro, an online whiteboard tool. This collaboration will enhance how people communicate inside the organization and maximize the usefulness of communication apps like Miro.
The partnership will provide corporate teams more visibility into how they’re using Miro for new collaborative practices, such as real-time feature utilization.
Many organizations have been seeking new and more innovative methods to communicate and bring teams together – anytime, anywhere – due to the fast transition to remote work over the last year. Miro’s software, which has more than 20 million users, is crucial in keeping teams of all sizes flourishing and inventing when they cannot gather around a traditional whiteboard.
Companies struggled to comprehend and implement SaaS solutions while teams used new internet technologies to communicate better and collaborate. Productiv’s platform, which gives real-time visibility into application usage down to the team and feature level, has attracted many businesses.
Improving how employees engage with SaaS apps is core to our mission. We’re seeing adoption of Miro increase rapidly across our customers, and they’re asking for deeper insights to help drive usage, adoption, and collaboration. We’re excited to partner with Miro on their new Enterprise API to help our shared customers tap into the passion of their employees and encourage great ideas to blossom.Munish Gandhi, founder and COO of Productiv
Miro’s customers can now view how many people started a project, shared a board, or generated a template in real-time, as well as numerous critical metrics throughout their company. Every day, Productiv integrates over 100 million data points from different systems to provide a comprehensive picture. Integrations with HR systems, for example, can give team-level information and even identify which departments are cooperating. These insights allow companies to go beyond login statistics and discover how workers use Miro daily.
IT departments have limited resources, and the fast growth of SaaS apps can strain them. IT executives and administrators can now manage licenses and set up automatic de-provisioning policies within the Productiv platform using Productiv and Miro.
Companies will continue to invest in collaborative tools, and Miro and Productiv are both focused on making such products more valuable.
Our new integration with Productiv helps make life easier for IT departments by streamlining tools and access for our customers. Working with Productiv will allow admins more time to focus on maximizing adoption and less time auditing applications, collecting data, and tracking down licenses.Steven Miller, head of Enterprise Partnerships at Miro