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  • Ana Asuero 9:00 am on September 10, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    [INFOGRAPHIC] 10 good reasons to implement an Enterprise Social Network 

    Estimated reading time: 4 minutes

    Are you stil wondering why you should implement an Enterprise Social Network? We give you 10 good reasons about the benefits it could bring to your company in an infographic. If you want to know more, you can download our White Paper “Why implement an Enterprise Social Network?

  • Carlos Zapater 9:00 am on August 22, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Willing to try out the benefits of Enterprise Social Networks? 

    Estimated reading time + video: 3 minutos

    At Zyncro we know that one of the key aspects for a company in deciding to implement an Enterprise Social Network is ROI of the tool. If you want to convince your boss to implement one in your organization, don’t abstractly talk about the cultural transformation needed, or try to scaremonger them into what will happen if they miss the boat that many other companies are climbing onboard successfully. Start by talking to them about the benefits and the return on investment. That’s what they’ll be interested about achieving and measuring.

    The need to explain to companies the ROI of Enterprise Social Networks is what made us create this infographic. Now we’ve animated it in a video. The data speak for themselves: the return is clear to see and easy to quantify. Are you ready to measure it?

    Carlos Zapater (@zaparl) is Audiovisual Content Manager at Zyncro. With a diploma in Teaching and a degree in Audiovisual Communication from UPF, he has worked for several European producers such as Filmtel-DVDreams and Infinia.


  • Matthieu Pinauldt 9:00 am on August 15, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    [INFOGRAPHIC] An Enterprise Social Network to align your corporate culture 

    Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

    All companies need to have a strong corporate culture recognized by its employees. Discover how an Enterprise Social Network can help you to install a shared culture in your organization and its benefits.

    Matthieu Pinauldt (@mattpinauldt) is Marketing Manager at Zyncro Francia. After several experiences in major enterprises and becoming a business owner, he joined the Zyncro team to help develop the brand internationally. With a Master’s degree in Technology and Innovation Management from the Université Paris Dauphine, in conjunction with ENS Cachan and Mines Paritech, he specializes in Social Networks and issues linked with innovation.

  • Ana Asuero 8:00 am on May 17, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    [INFOGRAPHIC] 7 types of internet users you encounter when using an Enterprise Social Network 

    Today it’s World Telecommunication and Informacion Society Day 2013, declared by the United Nations in 2006. Its aim is to raise awareness about the possibilities of new technologies for society.

    To celebrate it, we wanted to give you something special on the blog today. When you move about the internet and social networks, you’ll encounter many types of different users: from those that walk without glancing up from their cellphone screen to those who still send you text messages to meet.

    Tell us, which one do you identify with? Which do you think is the most common user in your personal and work environment? If you want, you can share it on Twitter with the tag #diadeinternet.

  • Agustín Bosso 9:00 am on January 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    10 Social Business Trends for 2013 

  • Sara Jurado 9:00 am on October 22, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    How to increase internal engagement in companies 

    Estimated reading time: 4 minutes

    Recently there’s a lot of talk about “engagement” in digital marketing, meaning trying to achieve user loyalty through the social networks, but I’d like to rehash the original meaning of this term, which has been used in HR for some time. Because in the same way we seek to build links with customers, it is important in moments of change, perhaps now more than ever, to encourage employee involvement and commitment. When it comes down to it, internal customers need to be looked after just as much as external ones… So when the socioenconomic environment is rather unfavorable, low-cost labor motivation strategies can have a positive effect not only on employee morale, but on productivity. In fact, according to data from Gallup, companies with a high level of employee involvement in the organization report 50% higher sales and 27% higher profits.

    But what should a company communicate to promote engagement among employees?

    The following infographic, created specially for this post, shows us some points to take into account in social media strategies to achieve this goal:

    • organizational vision and values
    • objectives and goals: the company’s, the employees’ in their job, for the team, department, etc.
    • financial situation and management of the company
    • products, services and processes being developed
    • status of the projects
    • what is happening inside (births, department restructuring, etc.) and outside (how the employment market and the competition is affecting it, etc.) the company
    • corporate social responsibility policies
    • occupational health information
    • internal communication channels (to ask questions, get feedback, announce incidents, etc.)
    • personnel contributions and recognitions
    • social benefits and retribution in kind
    • professional and training opportunities
    • as well as other contents that are not strictly to do with the labor side (atmosphere, social activities inside and outside the company, etc.)

    In the web 2.0 age, it is time to change the suggestion box and the “Employee of the Month” photo for new forms of communication with the workforce, which also act as a stimulus to retain and strengthen human capital. We need to follow Deloitte’s example, a company where more than 3,000 employees have blogs on their social network D Street. Or Evernote’s, where there isn’t a telephone for every desktop but there is a robot for communicating by video conferencing; in the same way, they have installed a giant screen that transmits what is happening in the headquarters so that the employees who don’t work there feel like they do. What 2.0 options would you implement in your company? If you need some ideas… ask on Zyncro! :)

    Sara Jurado is psychologist specialized in career counseling and social media for professional development, and currently works as Professional Counselor at Barcelona Activa.


  • Patricia Fernandez Carrelo 9:13 am on March 12, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    The new integrated Zyncro, the social tool for your organization 

    Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

    Zyncro continues to grow!
    During the last year it has taken a giant step forward.

    To show you everything that Zyncro represents today, and in line with our usual style we’ve created a new infographic. Because once again, a picture is worth a thousand words! ;-)



    The organizational change towards the Enterprise or Company 2.0 has become more consolidated with a new widespread communication and knowledge management model in companies.

    When adopting an enterprise social network, your company doesn’t start from zero. So Zyncro has incorporated features to easily connect with your existing systems, becoming the integrated social tool for your entire organization, which now lets you:

    All this as well as existing features:

    • Private work groups for easy and secure collaboration with co-workers, partners, customers or suppliers
    • Document management in a secure and private cloud, accessible from anywhere and from any device
    • Properly organized and integrated tasks for monitoring each project
    • Corporate directory, with contact info on all the people in your organization as well as your external contributors.

    Remember, you can download or share this infographic using the following Zlink!

  • Patricia Fernandez Carrelo 10:18 am on February 16, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    The Benefits of the Activity Stream in Enterprise Information Systems 

    Estimated reading time: 6 minutes

    A few weeks ago, we presented the latest Zyncro infographic on the concept of the “Corporate Activity Stream”, the evolution in corporate microblogging that includes all information flows in a company.

    After reading the Software Advice article “The Benefits of Activity Streams in Manufacturing UIs” by Derek Singleton (thanks, Derek, for sharing it with Zyncro), we’d like to take another look at this concept and review its benefits in an area as untouched as manufacturing software, as well as in content management systems (CMS) and customer relationship management systems (CRM).

    Activity Stream in Manufacturing Software

    What happens when the Activity Stream is applied to Manufacturing Software? The answer for Derek Singleton is quite clear:

    Activity streams enable agile production.

    Without a doubt, a delay in information is a major battle in the industry and is particularly significant for just-in-time manufacturers. Knowing the current status of a purchase order or the BOM for a specific product in real time is much more efficient as a result of being able to subscribe to the corresponding product or project activity stream. For Singleton, the ultimate result in integrating activity streams in manufacturing software is that manufacturing teams can interact in real time on projects, orders and more. How is it achieved?

    • By automating information updates so that employees are reminded of the status of their current project and any future ones, which helps them improve their planning.
    • Employees share information with others and in turn, generate valuable knowledge for planning in the organization.
    • By modifying priorities: Keeping employees permanently abreast of the priorities in play at any given stage and changing them in real time if customers’ demands require it mean that the manufacturer’s capacity for response is improved greatly.

    And provides more efficient manufacturers.

    Activity Stream in Document and Content Management

    In CMS systems, having a usable, dynamic space in which companies can track information flows or the Activity Stream is also a plus. Being able to comment or give your opinion on actions on files or document processes makes these systems dynamic environments that are more in keeping with the company’s reality, encourages collaborative actions that improve results, and humanizes automated flows, converting them into real actions of the company.

    Data or document updates become an integrated process in which the actors from each organization participate, the environment becomes more usable and more used by employees.

    Adding a “Like” or commenting on the creation of a document boosts motivation, drives crowdsourcing in the company and builds bottom-up, collaborative knowledge in organizations.

    Activity Stream in CRM Systems

    Finally, an environment in which information flows are essential is, of course, CRM. The interaction or exchange of information between sales, support and pre-sales reps regarding customer data or potential customers improves the sales process and customer service exponentially. Proof of this is shown in the tendency towards the socialization nowadays in the leading CRM systems.

    The Activity Stream is a reality in our emails, our corporate information exchanges and in our work groups, yet it is somewhat disorganized. Now it has passed into our technology systems, into well-organized, usable and accessible environments. It represents the natural evolution for the professional management of the mass of information that floods our companies these days.

    Zyncro helps you to structure your information flows thanks to its ability to become the social, collaborative layer of each of your technology environments.

    Try it and see its benefits for yourself!


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