Enterprise Collaboration System

An enterprise collaboration system (ECS) is an information system that enables collaboration among employees and external stakeholders of a company. It is a combination of tools that facilitate communication, team collaboration, editing and sharing documents, social networking, and more. Benefits of ECS to a company include improving collaboration and productivity, enhancing innovation and virtual teamwork, cutting costs, and reducing the time-to-market of products and services (McKinsey, 2013).  You will explore an ECS available for businesses to adopt. It’s strongly recommended that you select an ECS that you have known or familiar with such as Microsoft 365 (formerly known as Microsoft Office 365), Google G Suite, or Canvas, your learning management system. You will need to provide a comprehensive overview of your chosen ECS, including its features, benefits, and drawbacks to businesses. You also need to reflect on how that ECS can be used to improve your learning in some aspects as mentioned above. Suggested structure of the report will cover the following sections: Introduction (~ 200 words) Overview of the ECS Its usage worldwide and/or in Vietnam The main purpose of the report Analysis of the ECS (~ 1000 words) Background information about the ECS Key features and functions Benefits and drawbacks Reflection (~ 700 words) Reflect on how that ECS can be used to improve your learning in three aspects from the list below:  Communication Team collaboration Editing and sharing documents Social networking Any other aspects? Conclusion (~ 100 words) References Accurate referencing in Harvard style Good mix of valid and reliable sources Appendices

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