Increase interaction within your Enterprise Social Network by recommending users, groups, departments and companies
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One of the most interesting benefits of an Enterprise Social Network is the access it provides to corporate knowledge and to the people you share interests, tasks and projects with. This amplifies shared knowledge improving the team management and productivity of groups and avoiding any duplication of work efforts.
From today with this ZyncroApp you will be able to recommend users, groups, departments or the companies that you consider the most interesting to any of your contacts, thereby achieving greater interaction among all the members of your community, and thus getting more followers for the most relevant content.
You can make a recommendation from different sections of the platform:
- From your contact list, inside your profile section in Zyncro, you can also do it within the user’s profile that you want to recommend. For this, you must follow the user.
- From within the group, just for open groups in which you are a member.
- From the list of companies or departments, or even from the very same page of the company or department, just if you are a member or a follower.
The recommendation will arrive through a private message to all the contacts you select.
In addition, you will be able to know how many people have recommended a specific user, a group, a department or a company. This information will be displayed in the right section of the page of each one of them.
Did you just discover a user with interesting publications in your community? A group containing useful and enriching content? A company or department that always keeps their news updated? So what are you waiting for, start recommending them now!
Agustin Bosso, Product Manager at Zyncro. His relationship to the company goes back to its very beginnings. He worked as a developer on several projects for the group, but he specifically asked to be transferred to Zyncro when it started to go in the direction of his personal passion: social networks and how they can be used in practice. His personal objective in Zyncro is to be the link between the technical culture that is speeding up data transfer at a rate of knots and the business and corporate world. His motto is that one must never lose sight of what computing is: Automatic information.