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CoreSpeed Announces the Creation of a Learning Lab for Online Community and Enterprise Social Media

CoreSpeed Announces the Creation of a Learning Lab for Online Community and Enterprise Social Media

ATLANTA, Sept. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- CoreSpeed, LLC., an Atlanta-based provider of branded online community and enterprise social media platforms, has launched an online community specifically focused on sharing best practices for online community and enterprise social media. CoreSpeed's platform incorporates Web 2.0 social media tools to provide collaboration and communications around traditional customer, prospect, employee, supply chain, and partner touch-points.

"CoreSpeed's community is probably the most comprehensive source of best practices and a learning lab for how to use branded online communities and enterprise social media tools," says Sherry Heyl, President of What a Concept!, a specialist in the successful implementation of online and enterprise communities. "These tools provide collaboration and communications around traditional relationship management and interaction strategies and provide real business benefits."

Heyl adds," These benefits deliver a cohesive customer relationship, better cross-selling opportunities, improved organizational productivity, and a framework for building a stronger ROI on existing enterprise systems."

Additionally, the site will be used to explore how to introduce new ways that community can be used to create unique business models. It will respond to the significant interest in the market for creating niche and vertical implementations of online communities.

"CoreSpeed views community as becoming the new user interface for the Internet and for business," states John Linss, President and CEO of CoreSpeed. "It is important that organizations begin to understand how community can add value to the enterprise."

"This is why CoreSpeed made the investment in launching this learning lab," Linss continued. "It is clear that consumer-based social media concepts provide significant opportunities for the enterprise, however, it is equally clear that enterprises have special needs for branding, security, workflow, and other controls not found in such platforms. To address these needs, CoreSpeed provides the ability for organizations to start small and add in these controls as adoption increases."

About CoreSpeed

CoreSpeed, LLC., an Atlanta-based, global provider of branded online community and enterprise social media platforms that incorporate Web 2.0 social media tools for providing collaboration and communications around traditional customer, prospect, employee, supply chain, and partner touch- points. CoreSpeed has launched an online community specifically focused on sharing best practices for online community and enterprise social media - http://www.corespeed.com/community.

CoreSpeed's community enhances corporate websites, content management systems, CRM systems, support knowledge bases, intranets, project management tools, and other enterprise systems. The end result is real business benefits; a cohesive customer relationship, better cross-selling opportunities, improved organizational productivity, and a framework for building a stronger ROI on existing enterprise systems.

Contact: Pam Stolba-CoreSpeed (678)872-9958 [email protected] Related Link: Online Community and Enterprise Social Media can be found at http://www.corespeed.com/communityhttp://www.corespeed.com/

CoreSpeed, LLC.

CONTACT: Pam Stolba of CoreSpeed, +1-678-872-9958,
[email protected]

Web site: http://www.corespeed.com/
http://www.corespeed.com/community

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