The American generation Y is abandoning cars in favour of screens. The report published by the American PIRG Education Fund predicts that this trend will increase over the coming decades by Les Echos. This report highlights the beginning of an irreversible about-turn in the United States. Young Americans are different from their elders, who are [...]
blueKiwi marries enterprise social networking and the Microsoft Office suite through Outlook® and Office® Connectors
blueKiwi introduces connectors to Microsoft Outlook and Office for more even more effective collaboration and connectivity Bezons the 23 April 2013. blueKiwi announced the availability of two new modules to integrate the operation of its enterprise social network, especially in its latest version called ZEN, with the most famous office suite, Office ®, and Outlook [...]
Bezons April 3d, 2013 – blueKiwi, the most advanced ‘Software as a Service’ Enterprise Social Networks announces the appointment of Robert Shaw as Chief Executive Officer. Robert will accelerate blueKiwi’s international development, develop offers aimed at socializing the workplace and continue integrating blueKiwi within Atos globally. Robert Shaw will continue to supervise the Global Zero [...]
Enterprise social networks are a tool for questioning relationships in companies, forcing them to consider a more open and collaborative way of working. And this can be a very good thing.
We know our network of co-workers and acquaintances comprises a powerhouse of ideas and information. And you’d think that when we communicate and collaborate with them we’d have the potential to create some of the world’s greatest business innovations and collaborations.
Age of co-construction or triumph of the competition? In a time, when globalization has become a reality for all and civil society progressively gains influence, it is necessary to implement a co-constructive approach in order to achieve efficient and shared solutions. “Cooperation”, “Stakeholders collaboration”, “Collective intelligence”, are now the core subjects of a required action. [...]
You know that you can improve employee communication, collaboration, and innovation with an enterprise social network. But do you know just how much these improvements could impact your organizational performance?
One of the ways in which enterprise social network software organizes vast amounts of information is by segmenting users into communities, or what we call “spaces” at blueKiwi. An organization can designate a corporate-wide space, a regional team space, a departmental space, a project-specific space, a special interest group space, or another type.
Happy, satisfied customers recommend products and companies. And customer word-of-mouth marketing is a powerful force. What customers share about your products online or in-person can have a strong and immediate effect on sales.
Congratulations! Your company has been invited to participate in a Request For Proposal (RFP) process. Now the hard work begins. Creating an RFP response may involve nearly every department in your organization.