75% report that collaboration is happening within their SharePoint implementation.
62% say that SharePoint has improved collaboration within the organization.
71% state that SharePoint is facilitating knowledge capture and knowledge management.
37% are capturing or leveraging email within the SharePoint implementation.
In addition, the data shows a significant increase in the use and acceptance of social computing tools within the organization. To learn more about this, you can tune in to KMA's webinar on Enterprise Social Computing: Leveraging Your Investment in SharePoint, presented by my colleague Mike Gilronan, with Gil Yehuda and Laura Farrelly, also on Wednesday 8/26.
It's encouraging to see that this tool is enabling collaboration, KM, and search, although our respondents were well aware that human resource and business process issues are part of the equation.
I'll be presenting the full set of data at a KMA webinar later in the Fall, to be announced.