In LinkedIn's latest update to the their popular business social network, a released new video advertising system, that let's marketers leverage video advertisements. I wonder what effect if any, this will have on B2B video content generation demand?
A recently released product created by the people the created VisiblelGains, Postwire allows users to collect and share videos, documents, images and links in an easy, secure, trackable and visually engaging way. Essentially Postwire does for client communications what Pinterest does for visual presentation, with applications in sales, customer follow-up and education.
BlueJeans has just announced their integration with LinkedIn, which will allow users to use their social network credentials to sign in. This automatically brings in all their profile information including their headshot, bio, and other information stored on LinkedIn. All this information in displayed on the interface during the video conference making it more interactive, giving members the ability to learn more about people on the call, without having to click through to other sites. The other really cool feature is that users logged in with LinkedIn can chat with each other privately during the live video conference call.
Quantitative Software Management, estimation software and consulting provider, announced today the launch of a cloud-based version of its estimation suite, Software Lifecycle Management (SLIM). Called SLIM-WebServices, the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offering has a simplified user interface and brings project estimation intelligence to the entire enterprise instead of a few power users.
Tenzing Managed IT Services, hosting solutions provider, announced today the launch of Data Assure, a solution for managing backup and restore processes for e-commerce companies, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) vendors, and System Integrators (SI).
KANA Software, customer service solutions provider, announced today the launch of SaaS-based KANA Express, a multi-channel customer service solution for mid-sized businesses, divisions, and subsidiaries of global brands.
Evernote, a popular provider of apps for remembering things, communicating better, and getting things done, announced the upcoming release of Evernote Business in December of this year. Evernote applications were initially made for personal use, but many people, like myself, use Evernote apps for work and desire a business centric offering. Evernote Business will have all the great organizational features currently offered as well as centralized management, which businesses require. The new offering will cost your business $10/month per user.
Embotics, a virtualization and cloud management provider, announced today the release of its latest version of Embotics V-Commander for delivering IT-as-a-Service (ITaaS) using both private and public clouds. The new release allows end users to request IT services for both virtual and physical assets from a single self-service catalog, streamlining the IT management process.
Recently founded Software-as-a-Service company, BizSlate, announced today the beta release of its supply chain solution. BizSlate ERP cuts order processing time by up to 90 precent and allows wholesale and distribution companies to monitor and quickly diagnose operation issues at a fraction of the cost of conventional Enterprise Resource Planning solutions. BizSlate focuses on the small to medium business market where many SMBs are unsatisfied with enterprise focused companies like Salesforce and NetSuite. BizSlate stands out in its approach to managing core distribution concerns and is a customer service focused company, both of which make it a winner in the SMB ERP space.
Cloudwords, the first cloud-based translation management platform has announced its newest innovation, Cloudwords Glossary Management & Translation (GMT). The new functionality enables organizations to centrally manage their corporate brand identity within the Cloudwords Translation Management Platform, providing a complete, end-to-end translation project management solution. GMT’s integration with Cloudwords advanced translation memory database automatically keeps an organization’s glossary of terms current, centralized and accessible across all departments, allowing marketers to streamline their global go-to-market process, enabling companies to reach global markets faster and grow brand recognition worldwide.