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By: MuleSoft     Published Date: Jul 13, 2018
"Businesses are currently experiencing a generational shift in competitive and operational environments due to a convergence of technological, social, and economic forces. A single characteristic is emerging as the key factor that determines a company’s success: speed. API-led connectivity is the integration approach that will provide the speed organizations are looking for. It provides an approach for connecting and exposing assets. With this approach, companies can deliver today’s projects faster than ever before while also building an infrastructure to increase productivity on future projects and an enterprise ready for change. In this paper, you'll learn: -How to adopt an API-led connectivity approach that packages underlying connectivity and orchestration services as easily discoverable and reusable building blocks, exposed by APIs. -How to structure these building blocks across distinct systems, process and experience layers, to achieve both greater organizational agility and
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By: GoToMeeting     Published Date: Oct 08, 2013
The use of too many communication channels can actually hinder collaboration. That's why many organizations are now moving toward a single interface for all business communications. Enterprises realize they must improve the communication and collaboration experience but are still figuring out how social media integrates within corporate culture and business process. This Yankee Group white paper explores how built-for-business social workspaces enable employees to more effectively work together and move projects to completion faster.
Tags : social, marketing, citrix podio, social media, pim bilderbeek, brian partridge, yankee group, connectivity, enterprise, enterprise applications
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By: gyro     Published Date: Sep 10, 2015
To drive organizational change and achieve successful results, growth CMOs focus on fostering five specific adaptive capabilities: technology, omnichannel, measurement, social connectivity, and talent
Tags : cmo, growth, adaptive capabilities, technology, omnichannel, measurement, social connectivity, talent
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By: Jive     Published Date: Apr 10, 2014
It's time to revolutionize marketing team productivity with social business technology. Improving cross-functional collaboration is the new marketing mandate, and social business is the enabler, allowing marketing teams to drive more leads, increase sales, and cut operational costs. Learn how to drive real business results with social business technology.
Tags : reachmail, enterprise social collaboration, customer service, connectivity, results, best practices
     Jive
By: Jive     Published Date: Apr 10, 2014
This report, by Aberdeen, both observes the way enterprise social collaboration (ESC) tools help companies empower their agents through connectivity and drive results and studies best practices in highly successful enterprise social collaboration program implementation.
Tags : reachmail, enterprise social collaboration, customer service, connectivity, results, best practices
     Jive
By: Jive     Published Date: Apr 10, 2014
This report, by Aberdeen, both observes the way enterprise social collaboration (ESC) tools help companies empower their agents through connectivity and drive results and studies best practices in highly successful enterprise social collaboration program implementation.
Tags : reachmail, enterprise social collaboration, customer service, connectivity, results, best practices
     Jive
By: Tyco Integrated Security     Published Date: Sep 10, 2015
To drive organizational change and achieve successful results, growth CMOs focus on fostering five specific adaptive capabilities: technology, omnichannel, measurement, social connectivity, and talent
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