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The Rise of Social Everything

Marcia Conner

The more people who completed profiles and the more questions that were asked and answered, the better the inference engine could assign questions appropriately. They effectively created a massive knowledge base that employees willingly populated with their own information. In other companies, LeGendre had spent hours searching through intranets and distant servers to learn about her employer, her role, and how things really worked.

The Rise of Social Everything

Marcia Conner

The more people who complete profiles and the more questions that are asked and answered, the better the inference engine can assign questions appropriately. He says, “A big benefit for us is that SabreTown is effectively creating a massive knowledge base that employees willingly populate with their own information.” Within five years, I predict, the word social will seem as cliché as synergy feels now.

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The Rise of Social Everything

Marcia Conner

The more people who completed profiles and the more questions that were asked and answered, the better the inference engine could assign questions appropriately. They effectively created a massive knowledge base that employees willingly populated with their own information. In other companies, LeGendre had spent hours searching through intranets and distant servers to learn about her employer, her role, and how things really worked.

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The Rise of Social Everything

Marcia Conner

The more people who completed profiles and the more questions that were asked and answered, the better the inference engine could assign questions appropriately. They effectively created a massive knowledge base that employees willingly populated with their own information. In other companies, LeGendre had spent hours searching through intranets and distant servers to learn about her employer, her role, and how things really worked.

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The Rise of Social Everything

Marcia Conner

The more people who completed profiles and the more questions that were asked and answered, the better the inference engine could assign questions appropriately. They effectively created a massive knowledge base that employees willingly populated with their own information. In other companies, LeGendre had spent hours searching through intranets and distant servers to learn about her employer, her role, and how things really worked.

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