Collaboration and Social Business
Midsize business solutions for social, mobile, and cloud
The spread of technology is connecting the world in ways that a decade ago would seem impossible. The convergence of social networking and mobile devices such as smart phones, tablets, and laptops fosters new forms of communication. These new forms of interaction are helping midsize companies break down consumer barriers and thrive in today's instrumented and interconnected world.
Businesses are built on relationships, both within and outside your company. Social businesses understand that those relationships must have fluid interactions between employees, customers and partners to drive maximum business value. IBM social collaboration solutions can help your business increase engagement with customers and partners and boost productivity through a culture of sharing—anywhere and anytime.
The Business of Social: IBM Experts & Collaboration
CRM discussion on increasing productivity using social tools
Introducing Social Business for the Midmarket
Aberdeen Group explores why midsize companies are less likely to have the budget and willingness to pursue social business
IBM Customer Testimonial: Brunswick
Brunswick moved 6500 users out into the cloud which made it possible for employees to have end to end solutions from anywhere.
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Collaboration solutions can increase efficiency by as much as 25%. Explore the following IBM solutions to learn how
Learn why being a social business in today’s market is a requirement for small and medium sized business.
Introducing Social Business for the Midmarket: Aberdeen Group Study
Social business: Why you can't afford to ignore it
IBV Study on realizing the value of applying social approaches
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Mid-Market discussions from around the web
Watch how to apply social networking tools and culture to business roles, processes and outcomes