The recently released, Gartner 2021 Market Guide for Workstream Collaboration, recognized Coolfire as a representative vendor. The guide outlines the workstream collaboration market trends, market direction, and recommendations by the analysts. Analysts found that the deployment of workstream collaboration tools has accelerated due to remote work dynamics fueled by COVID-19. Application leaders should leverage this Market Guide to understand technology trends and usage shifts that affect enterprise reliance on these tools.
A recently published press release announced Coolfire’s inclusion as a representative vendor in the market guide. The release also mentions, “Gartner estimates the workstream collaboration market to grow from an estimated $2.3 billion in 2019 to $6.5 billion by 2024.” 
Coolfire launched its Core collaboration software in 2020. The software was operations from HQ to the frontline get organized and work together. Designed for fast-moving operations teams, Coolfire Core connects people, process, and information–helping teams anytime and anywhere.
Coolfire Core is deployable across a variety of industries, supporting both simple and complex use cases. Teams across specialty shipping, international border security, drug smuggling interdiction, wildlife protection, and the global transportation/hospitality industries use Core in their active operations.
 Gartner, “Market Guide for Workstream Collaboration,” Mike Gotta, 30 March 2021.
 Gartner, Forecast Analysis: Workstream Collaboration, Worldwide, Craig Roth, Megan Fernandez, Hai Swinehart, Mike Gotta, 30 March 2021
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