Using IBM Social Business to Take Your Business Relationships to the Next Level: A Game Changer for Small, Medium, and Large Businesses

An IBM Redguide publication



Abstract

IBM® defines Social Business as a business that embraces networks of people to create business value. Social businesses embrace technology to enhance relationships between employees, customers, and partners. They augment business processes and applications with social interactions and insight. They provide integrated activities that use business data and social data. Social businesses more fully integrate the collective knowledge of people-centric networks to accelerate decision making, strengthen business processes, and increase innovation that matters.

This IBM Redguide™ publication provides information about IBM Social Business and includes details about the business need and the value of transformation to a social business. It presents a high-level Social Business component diagram, highlights key capabilities, and includes customer case studies that exemplify how some of these capabilities can be applied.

Table of contents

Executive overview
The business need for Social Business
The business value of Social Business
The core concepts that drive Social Business
The technology of Social Business
Social Business Agenda
How to get started
Summary



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Publish Date
05 April 2011

Last Update
27 March 2014


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IBM Form Number
REDP-4746-00

Number of pages
18