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VoloMetrix Knows What You’re Doing at Work

Tweet There’s been a gaping hole in the enterprise market for someone to come along and start identifying what’s actually happening within the corporate “people” network.  Once the company can see its aggregate collaboration data, it can make intelligent tweaks to improve productivity and apply strategic management thinking on what to do – and more […]

Opal Targets Enterprise with Purpose-Driven Social Apps

Tweet Enterprise platform startup Opal Labs wants to make Enterprise work more like a consumer experience.  The Portland-based startup launched officially in October 2012.  The founders had previously founded a digital agency, We the Media, where they served very large Enterprise clients.  The exposure to Enterprise enabled the team to work closely with a flagship customer […]

Mama Weer All Crazee-Social Now!

Tweet Indeed, a Quiet Riot is percolating in the heretofore boring ERP sector.  I spotted Josh Greenbaum‘s post on “Enterprise Relationship Planning” this afternoon.  In the Council, we have dredged up a 90s label– The Extended Enterprise– to categorize discussions about how our members are architecting their socio-collaborative initiatives to span partners in their supplier, […]

Already there: 100% SaaS

Tweet I try carefully not to post too much about nGenera on this blog, as its focus is centered more generically on trends in Enterprise 2.0. It occurred to me as we’re pulling together the Office 2.0 agenda, that the nGenera story is one which hopeful SaaS enthusiasts can look to for guidance and real […]

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