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Marketing Segment Manager, Collaboration Agenda
What does collaboration mean to you and your organization? For some, it's simply being able to find contacts and data -- quickly and efficiently. For others, it may be a complete revamp of their existing processes, people-to-people interactions, and infrastructure.
Whatever your collaboration definition, IBM can help. Our Collaboration Agenda consultative approach and workshop series (at no cost) provides organizations with a perfect way to tailor a collaboration roadmap and stra
We are excited to announce two new resources to assist organizations in their collaboration efforts.
A newly updated IBM Collaboration Agenda Web site was launched on October 14th. There you'll find a variety of useful collaboration content, including:
A key component of the new Web site includes the IBM Collaboration Assessment Tool (ICAT), an interactive, industry-specific resource designed to help clients benchmark their current collaboration practices, and build a strategy of next steps. In just a few easy steps, you can start on the road toward transforming your everyday interactions into strategic assets. Once you complete a quick questionnaire, you will instantly receive a customized scorecard report with collaboration recommendations to help you:
For more information on the new Web site, the ICAT tool, or to learn more, please contact: Steve Litzinger, firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Content Manager for LotusLive.com
My LotusLive team truly lives, breathes and eats cloud collaboration. And it's never more obvious than just before a big announcement – like today’s. By this afternoon, I would guess most folks on the team are either on cloud 9 or fast asleep on another one!
As a Web
content manager and communications lead for LotusLive, I spend a lot of my time
writing Web copy and reviewing scripts from my home office in
I was reminded. I left the sunshine and
But there’s more! Sonja has been using Vondle Live – a new Integrated App from IBM business partners Bricsys and FreshTL. "VondleLive is actually very important to our business.” Sonja told me during our interview, “because it allows our translators to come into LotusLive, access Vondle Live and look at almost any file and make annotations, without actually having to own the software.” You can see the entire interview with aatranslations and hear why Sonja recommends LotusLive for all small businesses.
being able to meet our customers and tell their stories. It’s great to see how
LotusLive is connecting small businesses with hundreds of freelancers, allowing
small offices to work together – no matter how far apart they are – and most
importantly – it let’s me stay connected with my colleagues while dipping my
feet in the pool!