By Joyce Davis
IBM Collaboration Solutions community manager
Our monthly IBM Collaboration Solutions community meeting is a way for you to learn about upcoming activities, connect with other members, and hear about important topics relevant to the community. I hope you'll join us for our September meeting where we'll continue our discussion on social business. To register for the meeting, simply:
1. Click on the registration link below and follow the instructions.
2. You'll then receive a follow up email, asking you to click the confirmation link to complete your registration.
Once you've completed steps 1 and 2, you will get an email confirmation with all the details, including an .ics file attachment you can use to add the meeting to your calendar. Know someone else interested in joining our call? Feel free to forward the registration link.
Date: Sept 27, 2011
Community member spotlights
Lidia Vikulova, IBS Bulgaria
Soheel Chughtai, IBM
Special Topic: Rethink your processes
Description: Every company has aggressive targets for adding customers and growing sales but what tools do you have to do that? Opportunity management tools. Market management tools. Contact management tools. Do you think better management of those processes is really going to change results? If you want different results, you need to start thinking about how your processes need to change. For example, how could your sales process change to raise the performance of entire sales team to the level of your top performers. In this webcast, IBM will share new ways you could transform your sales and marketing teams for better results. It is time to ask "What if?"
Speaker: Chris Lamb, Senior Marketing Manager for Social Software
About the speaker: Chris has over 20 years experience in the IT industry including roles as a developer, system engineer, project management, consulting, and marketing. As the Senior Marketing Manager for IBM Social Software, Chris is responsible for the overall strategy, market success and roadmap for IBM social software. Chris is an alumni of Duke University, with a B.S degree in electrical engineering and a MBA from Fuqua School of Business.