Here is a roundup of a few of the latest customers to use IGLOO’s social software platform in order to improve business processes, drive online collaboration and enhance knowledge sharing.
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arcplan is an independent business intelligence solution provider delivering timely, contextual and actionable information that empowers businesses to improve performance. Since 1993, arcplan has enabled more than 2,500 customers worldwide to achieve organizational efficiency through the powerful combination of information and analysis. And now, they are bringing these same customers together through a support community powered by IGLOO Software. The customer support portal enables active knowledge sharing for better decision making at http://community.arcplan.com.
The Drug Information Association (DIA)
The Drug Information Association (DIA) is a neutral, global, professional, member-driven association designed to advance the interests of the biopharmaceutical industry. DIA`s professional networks, branded DIA ConneX, will allow up to 18,000 global users to network, collaborate, and communicate with their peers anywhere in the world, in a secure environment. After months of research and due diligence, DIA selected IGLOO from a pool of over 100 social software platforms for its ease of use, speed of deployment and ability to integrate with DIA's existing IT infrastructure and enterprise application systems. To learn more about DIA ConneX, visit http://www.diahome.org/en/membership/communities/DIAConnex.
2010 Legacies Now - Infusion: Arts in Education
2010 Legacies Now is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to strengthening arts, literacy, sport and healthy living, accessibility and volunteerism in communities across British Columbia, Canada. The organization was created in 2000 to support Vancouver's bid for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Now that the Winter Games are complete, 2010 Legacies Now is dedicated to continuing to develop communities in the region through targeted initiatives. One such initiative is the Infusion: Arts in Education project, an educational program that uses the arts to enrich the learning experience for students and the delivery of school curriculum for teachers. 2010 Legacies Now already hosts two online communities: a Community of Practice for the arts and sport sectors, and the Community of Literacy Practice for literacy practitioners and supporters. A third Infusion: Arts in Education community, powered by IGLOO, will be created to bring together K12 arts teachers to share best practices, curriculum materials and ideas.
ALIADA is a Canadian based company who works exclusively with associations in Mexico. They turned to IGLOO in order to upgrade multiple communities over the coming months, each focusing on a different sector in health care. The first community called Seguridad más Tecnología (S+T) focuses on connecting emergency response professionals in Mexico to facilitate conversation, transfer best practices and share expertise specifically around the use of technology in emergency management. With this initial foray into Mexico, the IGLOO platform will now offer Spanish in the upcoming release.