What makes Slack unique?
About 60 percent of new companies pay for Slack's work environment correspondences programming, as indicated by new information from Kruze Consulting, a bookkeeping firm that examined anonymized spending of its almost 200 investment financed new businesses. That rate has declined somewhat from last quarter yet is still a lot higher than its rival Microsoft's comparable programming.
Only 12 percent paid for the Microsoft Office programming group, which Kruze utilized as an intermediary for the Teams visit programming that it incorporates. Also, that 12 percent figure doesn't really mean those new businesses are utilizing Teams. Surely, of the main 10 spenders on Office, eight were additionally paying for Slack, as indicated by the information. Only two new businesses appear to have supplanted Slack with Teams.