Business Trends Driving Adoption of Social Computing Technologies
Social media has created an irreversible shift in the way we connect and share in our personal lives and—increasingly—in business. Our customers are just as likely to look for us on Facebook as they are to visit our corporate website. Internally, we work more productively when we can easily collaborate with our colleagues online.
Due to these dynamic changes in the business and consumer world, Happiest Minds has launched offerings that leverage various social computing technologies to address the following key strategic imperatives*:
Social Computing: Business Solutions & Services
To successfully exploit the true potential of the Social Web in today’s “always connected” consumer environment, Marketing and Technology are evolving and converging at breakneck speed. Happiest Minds helps organizations tap into the unprecedented potential of these ground-breaking technologies, with the following solutions and services:
- Social Business Consulting and Advisory Services
- Customer Insights Framework
- Eco System Engagement Platforms
- Social Loyalty and Rewards through Gamification platforms
Social User Data analytics and dashboard
Why Happiest Minds Social Computing?
The Happiest Minds Social Computing Practice draws on the unparalleled, holistic technological and industry expertise of our team. Our unique blend of proprietary services and solutions leverages Mobility, Cloud Computing and Analytics to enable the world’s top businesses, governments and organizations deliver disproportionate business value for their customers and shareholders.
Regardless of where each company starts on the Social Business transformation journey, Happiest Minds is a one-stop source for companies looking to leverage the power of these disruptive technologies to innovate and win.
The Next Generation Learning Management System: Dynamic Learning Through Collaboration & Knowledge Sharing
With the wide spread adoption of social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin, there has been great demand to include similar tools to help people make connections internally in companies. Since it is likely that your employees have integrated social networks into the way they think, learn and solve problems, the typical learning management system (LMS) must also evolve from systems that simply automate teaching, learning, and research collaboration to Social Learning Platforms that facilitate true learning and foster dynamic interactions, gamification, cross-divisional understanding and collaboration.
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