Jive & PwC EMEA Webinar: How Disruptive Social Technologies Can Create a Competitive Advantage
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Whether you’re just beginning to think about social or have already begun to incorporate disruptive technologies into your business, this webinar should not be missed!
Save your place nowfor this EMEA Webinar on12th November at 3pm UK/4pm CETas Steven McAllister (CEE Chief Knowledge Officer for PwC) and Christopher Morace (Chief Strategy Officer for Jive Software) discuss how:
- PwC has derived real value for 100,000+ employees using social technology in the enterprise
- Rapidly-developing social technologies are impacting the world in which we live and the places where we work
- These technologies can deliver tangible business value and positively impact the bottom line
Make sure you attend the live event and we will send you a free copy of Transform: How Leading Companies are Winning With Disruptive Social Technology!
Steven McAllister, Chief Knowledge Officer, PwC, Central & Eastern Europe
Steven was the Global Adoption Leader for Spark, PwC's global social business tool (built upon Jive Software's platform).
In this role, Steve focused on driving awareness of the benefits of this rapidly-emerging technology and providing guidance on how to integrate
Spark into core PwC business processes for the firm's 180,000+ employees.
Chris Morace, Chief Strategy Officer, Jive Software
Chris has spent the last 20 years helping large enterprises implement the digital technologies that revolutionize the way we work and communicate.
Leading Jive Software’s product strategy and, subsequently, serving as Chief Strategy Officer has given him a front row seat to the transformation
unfolding in business today.
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