Salesforce.com, Microsoft, IBM and many smaller companies are competing aggressively in the market for enterprise social collaboration, offering advanced tools specifically designed to help workers communicate and share insights.
Social collaboration is off to an encouraging start, but it’s easy to see where improvements are needed, especially to be useful to the finance function. Ideally, collaboration software will be able to understand the context of the work at hand, the role of the individual participant and the relationships the individual has with others in that context. A technology like Google Glass has the potential to enable a manager, while reviewing a report, to see that there have been comments posted related to specific numbers, text or charts and then select and read these just by moving his or her eyes.
Ahhh, social media—it’s one of those topics that follows you wherever you go, isn’t it? Whether it’s “checking yourself in” via Foursquare at your local restaurant or announcing a business update on Twitter or using Facebook or Instagram to share images from a recent industry event—it’s always at your fingertips, ready to be accessed. But for the global supply chain, it’s become much more than just joining a group or starting an industry discussion via LinkedIn. The use of social software by businesses to collaborate and share information via enterprise-grade social technologies continues to grow at a dramatic rate.
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