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Enterprise 2.0: Meet The Launch Pad Finalists

Meet the final four contestants with innovative software ideas competing in the Enterprise 2.0 Launch Pad competition next week.
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Streamer adds a Social Layer across systems and teams and breaks down silos of information spread across business. Streamer improves productivity and decision making and empowers people. Streamer provides an internal social networking capability, similar to a product like Yammer, but with an emphasis on integrating feeds from other applications and social networks.

Diego Terra, founder and CEO of Streamer's creator SuperNova Labs, said in an interview his firm is taking the opposite approach from most enterprise social media products that start with collaboration and layer on application integration. "Our approach is integrating systems first, then collaborating on top of feeds from those systems," he said.

SuperNova is an integrator for the NetSuite's cloud business software, so Streamer boasts strong integration with that system, as well as social media monitoring capabilities.

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