Software as a Service for Enterprise Social Network applications

Enterprise Social Network Applications

User innovation toolkits and continuous improvement by Jon Udell from Inforworld

"Discussions of software as a service tend to focus on its obvious benefits: zero-footprint deployment and seamless incremental upgrades. Less noticed, but equally valuable, is the constant flow of interaction data. The back-and-forth chatter between an application and its host environment can be a drag when connectivity is marginal and it precludes offline use. But when this communication flows freely, it paints a moving picture that shows how individuals and groups are using the software. As they watch that movie, developers become intimate observers of their users. They can't help but think of ways to optimize the patterns they discover, and, as a result, the software improves gradually and continuously."

We support Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), pay-as-you-go model or install them on your servers.

Here's a demo of an enterprise 2.0 platform.

We make it easy to setup collaborative work spaces online where people can share and edit Web-based documents and databases for:

  • project management,
  • help desks,
  • recruiting,
  • talent management,
  • knowledge management,
  • product development, and
  • other tasks.
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