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« Boston E20 Notes: Got Numbers? Community Metrics and Analysis | Main | Boston E20 Notes: The Post-2.0 Era: Social in the Context of My Work »

June 21, 2012

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Dacy

This is a great topic and I would love to replay.
One of the best things I have seen come out of using social business is the ability to collaborate easily among diverse roles to drive additional business. We had an instance a while ago where a delivery engineer on an account was setting Storage arrays and realized an opportunity for better backup solutions for the client. Through our social communications tool at the time the engineer posted about the additional opportunity and the sales team in the community immediately identified the opportunity which eventually led to add on services and revenue. This is a very small instance, but I believe collaboration between roles that would not normally communicate together regularly is huge to the growth opportunity for all businesses.

oracle ebs

Social business offers the possibility in fact to, like we say in French, : "join pleasure with duty" Is there anything bad with this ?

computer technology of the future

The quality of information that you are providing is simply marvelous.

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