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2/2/2012 | 12:32:12 AM
re: Enterprise Social Networks: A Guided Tour
Very cool / useful slideshow - I like it.

In fact my company is creating integration solutions with your top two listed vendors already - and more to come.

But how you can leave Atlassian Confluence off the list with over 8000+ customers (http://www.atlassian.com/softw... ) and 100s of plugins/add-ons, baffles me. Like the rest of your vendors here - Confluence is deployed in many variations: internal, external, departmental, and enterprise-wide.

In my field experience, alot alot of customers have mix and matches of two or more of these listed platforms. Why? Because there is no perfect system - and I do not believe there ever will be.

But there indeed are many platforms that are very complementary to each other - and should be. 1+1 == 3 premise. In #socbiz, 1+1 often == 5.

Just my 2 cents.

Best,

Ellen
CEO, co-founder
AppFusions
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