harmon.ie was just mentioned in this year’s Gartner’s Magic Quadrant (MQ) for Social Software in the Workplace, which was just released. harmon.ie was mentioned as an important player in the market, in the Notable Absences section.
From the report:
Some important vendors did not meet all the inclusion criteria for this Magic Quadrant. They typically lack sufficient market penetration in terms of relevant use cases, or they target areas of functionality not covered by the inclusion criteria. Nevertheless, they should still be of interest to prospective buyers of social software for the workplace:
harmon.ie specializes in making it easier for users to cooperate and to share and access documents stored in Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365, without having to access SharePoint directly. It does this with a mobile app and with several email client plug-ins (for Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Web Access and IBM Notes). The harmon.ie app and plug-ins support conversations via Microsoft Skype for Business and Yammer, activity streams and people searches, as well as document and email sharing and editing through SharePoint, Office 365 and OneDrive for Business — making it easier to synchronize activities across desktop and mobile devices and collaborate on documents and emails stored in SharePoint or Office 365. Now in public beta, the harmon.ie Collage product aggregates alerts, notifications and information from different sources into a unified activity stream. Using machine learning and natural-language processing, Collage extracts common topics from applications, documents, social tools and email, so workers can take the appropriate actions.
You can read the whole report here