LumApps is cited as a leader among Intranet Platforms, Q1 2022 report. The Employee Experience Platform provider earns highest possible scores in the product vision and market approach criteria
LumApps, a leading Employee Experience Platform, today announced that it was recognized as a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Intranet Platforms, Q1 2022, and earned the highest possible score in six criteria, including Market Approach, Product Vision and Delivery Model. Of the 12 vendors evaluated, LumApps was one of only three vendors to be named a “Leader”, which is determined according to the strength of the vendor’s overall strategy and current offering.
According to analysis by report author Cheryl McKinnon, Forrester Principal Analyst Serving Enterprise Architecture Professionals, “LumApps has a strong vision for employee experiences driven by journeys and insights. LumApps’ vision for the intranet market goes beyond classic content and communication; it views its platform as an essential component of a digital EX.”
Forrester further recommends that deciders, “consider LumApps for large deployments that include multilingual or mobile workers, when both Microsoft and Google ecosystems are important, when video is a key component of communications, or when EX pros have a vision of mapping communication to key journeys.”
“We are very proud to be named a leader among the 12 other vendors evaluated in the report,” said Sébastien Ricard, LumApps CEO. “We believe this placement further solidifies our position in the market and highlights our strong vision for the future of the employee experience: enabling our customers with intelligent employee journeys and next-level personalization.”
Forrester is a leading global research and advisory firm providing insights for organizations and businesses around the world. The Forrester Wave™: Intranet Platforms, Q1 2022 Report compares 12 significant market providers to help application development and delivery (AD&D) professionals select the right solution for their organization’s individual needs to achieve excellent customer experience. The report’s conclusions are based on 27 criteria grouped into three main categories: current offering, strategy and market presence.