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Jul 30 2014
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Enterprise social software market is expected to double by 2019. Is your business thinking about social and how to utilize it in the enterprise? By 2019, the generation that grew up with MySpace, AIM, then to Facebook and Twitter, are going to be your primary employees and will look to social outlets, and tools they grew up with to meet others within the company, establish a presence, and collaborate. If your company provides ESS to them, they will use the tools and could open the doors to new opportunities and ideas to flourish and grow your b...
Jul 30 2014
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Intouch Solutions®, a marketing agency servicing the pharmaceutical industry, announced the availability of SocialQueue. SocialQueue gives pharma companies a new tool to easily monitor and manage activity across their social channels, enabling them to engage in social settings while abiding by the strict regulations of the industry.
Jul 30 2014
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Global enterprise social software market (ESS) is forecast to grow from $4.77 billion in 2014 to $8.14 billion in 2019. This represents a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.3% from 2014 to 2019. The enterprise social software market drivers discussed in this research include Enterprise Social Adds Value to Businesses, Accommodating Features and Employees Popular Demand. Skeptical Approach, Initial Setup Costs and Profusion of tools and Lack of Integration are the major restraints and challenges mentioned for the ESS industry. Multi-Vertical Focus and Bring Your Own Device (Byod) Ecosystem are the top most opportunities analyzed for this sector.

UK Shoppers Shop Are Global Shoppers

Jul 29 2014
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Results suggest that price and availability are driving cross-border shopping amongst UK online consumers. 60% of the respondents who have shopped cross border said that they choose to purchase with a retailer outside of the UK because of better prices, whilst another 60% said that they made the purchase because they couldn't get the product they wanted here in the UK. Another 18% stated their purchase decision was driven by better products on offer.
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