Los Angeles (PRWEB) July 21, 2015
Partnering with CMSWire and 451 Research, Incentive, a leading provider of a complete, socially powered enterprise collaboration platform for mid-market organizations and enterprise teams, will hold a webinar titled “Top 10 Tips to Improve Social Intranet Adoption.” Alan Pelz-Sharpe, research director for social business at 451 Research, will share his top 10 tips for gaining adoption and increasing the daily use and business value of a social intranet. Then, Rickard Hansson, CEO and founder of Incentive, will join a panel discussion to address workflow and corporate culture when introducing a social intranets plan.
Wednesday, August 5 at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET
To register for the webinar, visit: www-cmswire.simplermedia.com/cw-wb-150805-incentive.html
The webinar will feature best practices on social intranet adoption, including:
- Exclusive 451 Research survey data and analysis on key trends in enterprise collaboration
- An industry analyst’s inside perspective on social intranets
- The opportunities and challenges organizations face when introducing a social intranet into existing workflows
Alan Pelz-Sharpe, research director for social business at 451 Research – Pelz-Sharpe has overall responsibility for the coverage of social business technology and trends, including social/collaboration, compliance and legal, marketing and sales automation and integration. His own primary area of focus is on the emergence of next generation collaborative business applications that leverage the power of the crowd and cloud.
Pelz-Sharpe has more than 25 years of experience in the IT industry, working with a wide variety of end-user organizations and suppliers around the world. He was formerly a partner at The Real Story Group, ECM consulting director at Indian services firm Wipro, and VP for North America at industry analyst firm Ovum. He is regularly quoted in the press including the Wall Street Journal and The Guardian and has appeared on the BBC, CNBC, ABC as an expert guest.
Rickard Hansson, founder and CEO of Incentive – With more than 15 years of experience in the IT industry, Hansson is a serial entrepreneur and self-taught programmer who created Incentive in 2008 based on his belief that internal workplace communication should be a social and collaborative experience.
In addition to founding multiple software companies throughout his career, Hansson has started various technology consulting and investing firms. He is an angel investor and a frequent lecturer on entrepreneurship, social collaboration and the future of workplace communication.
Incentive is a leading provider of a complete, socially powered enterprise collaboration platform for mid-market organizations and enterprise teams that want to achieve improved profitability, increased efficiency and accelerated business results. With an easy-to-use interface, Incentive’s platform enables businesses to capture, collaborate and secure knowledge all in one place by tapping the power of their employees – the collective brain trust – to be better, stronger and faster than their competitors. Designed for organizations using Microsoft apps, architecture and services, Incentive allows users to take advantage of existing workflow apps, storage systems, and document management tools such as SharePoint in one central location, with single sign on and intelligent search. Its features include wikis, blogs, micro blogging, document collaboration, file sharing, instant messaging, video conversations, social behavior UX and API-based platform for app development. Founded in 2008, Incentive has helped thousands of customers worldwide accelerate positive business outcomes through improved collaboration and communication. The company has headquarters in Los Angeles and Malmo, Sweden. For more information visit http://www.incentive-inc.com and follow on Twitter @IncentiveInc.