sponsored by Jive Software
Posted:  20 Jun 2013
Published:  20 Jun 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  5  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

CSC, a Fortune 200 IT service provider, like most global companies, was grappling with challenges surrounding its large, dispersed workforce. While CSC already had a more collaborative culture than most workplaces, it wasn't enough to tackle the problems of time and distance, siloed organizations and tools.

Check out this case study to learn how CSC leveraged a social business software to deliver web 2.0 capabilities to their collaborative strategy, and how their deployment approach differed from the traditional model of implementing internal systems. Explore how their new strategy enabled better connection between people, content, and communities, and delivered business benefits such as:

  • Greater ease in locating and engaging experts around the globe
  • Reduced cycle time for proposal development
  • Centralization of intellectual property
  • And more!





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