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16

May

The roadmap for the social enterprise: deeper connections, connected experiences

At the root of social technologies lies a drive for two things: open conversations and personal connections. And while social platforms have been ubiquitous in our personal lives for some time now, the penny is fast dropping within the enterprise. Business is social, and organisations need to embrace these “connected experiences” – connections between people, and connections between various technologies – in order to get the most from their people and to gain competitive advantage in an ever-changing world. ... read full post

Posted by:  Robert Stewart , Solution Specialist |  16 May 2013

CRM, SharePoint, Cloud, ERP, Social Media, Mobile, Facebook, SMARTS, Office 365, Yammer, SharePoint 2013, Microsoft Dynamics, Office, enterprise resource planning, ESN, gartner, Smarts 31, Smarts Magazine, Social Enterprise


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22

Sep

Content Management: How to future-proof your website – A Twilight Recap

According to last week’s Twilight speaker, Rob Stewart, content management systems “give the power back to the users”. They allow ‘non-techie types’ the ability to create, manage and maintain website content without fiddling around with code or needing a single go-to person to get things up and running. ... read full post

Posted by:  Rose Harris , Marketing Assistant |  22 September 2011

EPiServer, Web Content, SharePoint, Mobile, Facebook, Mobile applications, Twilight recap, Content Management Systems


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19

Sep

Looking back to look forward

Bill Gates once said (to paraphrase) that we always overestimate the change that will occur in the next two years and underestimate the change that will occur in the next ten. ... read full post

Posted by:  Tim Howell , Marketing Manager |  19 September 2011

communication, Community, Social Media, Twitter, Mobile, 2011 predictions, Facebook


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25

May

How to sell smarter – staying ahead of consumer expectations on the web and in-store (part two of two)

Eventually, you will need a website, if you don’t already have one – and it requires ongoing care, attention and maintenance. A Neilsen survey last year showed 45% of New Zealanders now shop online and more than 1.4 million bought online between April 2009 and April 2010. You can’t afford to not have a presence. ... read full post

Posted by:  Daniel Munns , Retail Specialist |  25 May 2011

CRM, Social Media, Engaged Web, Twitter, Retail trends, 2011 predictions, Intergen website, Facebook


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24

May

How to sell smarter – staying ahead of consumer expectations on the web and in-store (part one of two)

Online and mobile shopping has changed retailing dramatically over the past decade. Consumers have enthusiastically taken to the internet, social media and mobile technology to help in their buying decisions, and now have high expectations of what’s available, at what price, and how quickly. They’re researching, and buying, online, comparing prices and insisting on information and experience before they make their decision. Buying is no longer a simple in-store transaction, it’s a journey, and it can take many different routes. ... read full post

Posted by:  Daniel Munns , Retail Specialist |  24 May 2011

Social Networking, Social Media, Engaged Web, Retail trends, Facebook


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