Combines all the essential features of a successful social network with Avature’s customizable solutions for real business collaboration.
Engage the entire workforce for greater collaboration.
Allow employees to create personalized profile pages, and ad-hoc groups, and social networks.
Build searchable relationship maps, organizational structures, and timelines.
Support tagging, searching, endorsing, and following.
Provide workspaces for sharing and managing information, including documents.
Facilitate communication with individual and group chat.
Connect with public social networks for interaction with partners, suppliers, and other non-employees.
Develop internal talent pools and create socially oriented on-boarding processes for new hires.
Process people in and out of key positions across the globe using Avature workflows.
Use message templates and powerful segmentation tools to deliver branded communication to target audiences.
Deliver documents for e-signature and accept and process signed documents on or off-line.
Manage and maintain a complete audit trail of all communication, authorizations, and approvals for each employee.
A Forrester Research: "Customer relationship management (CRM) is evolving from its traditional focus on optimizing customer-facing transactional processes to include the strategies and technologies to develop collaborative connections with customers, suppliers, and even competitors."
A McKinsey Quartely Article: "The old strategies for efficiency improvements don't apply to employees whose jobs mostly involve tacit interactions; instead, a company must boost these workers' productivity by making them more effective at what they do."
"The principles of the CRM model are straightforward: an intense and constant focus on understanding, servicing, and communicating with customers. Customer needs are front and center at all times and every resource of the enterprise is directed toward addressing those needs. Job seekers are considered customers."
A Gartner Study: "By 2015, workers will spend more than 80 percent of their time working collaboratively, and not necessarily face-to-face. More than 60 percent of jobs will be unique to a company — that is, fluid, nonrepeatable and without comparison."