groupware groupware  /ˈɡrup ˌwɛr/


  • (n) software that can be used by a group of people who are working on the same information but may be distributed in space


  1. Lotus commands fully 65% of all sales of groupware, which total about $500 million at present and are expected to balloon to $5 billion a year by the end of the decade.
  2. Its star asset: the popular Lotus Notes groupware program, which allows far-flung users to work simultaneously on the same document.


  • Workamajig Announces Its Workology 4.0 Conference to Be Held in Phoenix AZ in 2014

    Workamajig, Web-Based Ad Agency Software and Project Management Groupware for Design and Creative firms, recently announced the dates of its upcoming Workology Conference 4.0 to be held in Phoenix AZ from Sunday, March 30 through Thursday, April 2, 2014. (PRWeb June 20, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 20, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  • "As organizations rely increasingly on collaboration software to drive both communication and business process efficiency, repackaged groupware and point solutions are proving to be costly and difficult to manage on an enterprise scale. With its...
    on May 5, 2009 By: David Gilmour Source: ZDNet

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