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We'll visiting sites like FaceBook and Twitter at work is generally frowned upon as we know but one companies trying to change -- by treating internal.
Social networks for companies the American ex employees -- what it calls.
Enterprise social networking in its goal is create a virtual office joining me now is David Sachs is CEO.
-- -- ever thanks for joining us in studio today.
So I've heard a lot of chatter about camera but a lot of people out there don't know exactly what it is the concept of enterprise social networking -- how it's different than FaceBook and Twitter and everything else that's out there.
Right so the whole world's on FaceBook and quarter -- emerged just for insider company it's firms aren't just for co workers to collaborate and share with each other.
Well you know when you when you think about how many different options that are out there I feel inundated with different places I go to connecting link up with people and get information from at the end of the day -- only choose to do one -- -- based upon.
How they provide needs are -- fulfilling needs of my life why it's easy camera doing -- In terms.
Full filling in creating a need that never existed before and I would choose to spend my time that.
Right -- -- -- as a way to connect with your co workers to ask questions get a answer shared news links information and discover -- time it's really a business tool.
You used FaceBook and Twitter checking back with your friends and -- numbers to broadcasting's the whole world whereas -- really just for operation inside of enterprise.
And it sounds finding gauging but obviously there's a business.
There's -- -- business he's four and there's something that you get in return right to set for a return on investment -- here for for corporations that decide to employ this so what you've seen in terms of that.
Right to force are actually did a study on the return on investment they found the -- PeopleSoft about four months that I had a 365%.
RY and we're seeing that companies that.
-- hammer are much more productive their employees are much more engaged because they're connected to their coworkers -- more -- company's mission.
It's easier to find the information that helps them do their jobs.
So it's it's something that's actually a big -- can be abused her work.
As FaceBook was getting off off the ground and Twitter became more and more powerful and integrated into our lives.
It seems that there -- still has attends on the parts have corporations and businesses out there -- allow their workers to use this.
Do you feel that seeing sort of pressure when he trying you bring in -- -- to companies like seven and eleven and that type -- Deloitte.
Ford and other as -- So I think that.
The fact the companies don't want their employees on FaceBook is actually an argument for using camera because what you don't want is for your employees to feel like the only way they can communicate with each other is to go into a public form.
Like FaceBook and Twitter and connect that way as what FaceBook does is allows companies to own and sort of control the conversation.
And bring it in house in a way that again making kind of walk down to -- secure.
So we weren't taking a look -- -- in our morning meeting today we are discussing the name of the camera what exactly is -- yeah -- where you guys get this name from the take a look at the definition of EM are actually according to.
Merriam Webster and it's -- -- -- repeated cries of distress.
Why would you choose his name for your company.
Well there's there's there's another there's another definition of a hero which is persistent yen acacia -- -- -- well not actually complaints for just sort of for cystic communication and so we're in a world now of real time communication people on their mobile devices are Smartphones all the time they wanna have.
Real time access to information they -- -- to share any time.
And so yeah right think the connotation of it is that this is you can talk.
Whenever you -- wherever you want it's it's continuous and so that's how we're going for we realize that it's a little bit of today yeah.
Through -- reverence apparently brand but.
But he Emery is a little that of of sort of has that are reverend feel to it and we try to create a product that.
Employees will wanna use them again -- this is enterprise software something that's owned by companies that secure -- -- down but.
At the end of the day social networking is not something can force your employees being -- and they have to want to share with their coworkers and so.
We try to create a brand a product that the employees actually love to use.
Before they go he's been an entrepreneur for ten years PayPal -- dot com how is business tiny feel this environment -- right now.
Well I think business is speeding up I think that's the main thing that's -- innovations happening faster than ever before and disruption is happening faster than ever before.
You know people are bringing ipads and iphones and to work.
And so can be if you go to keep up -- -- to they need tools like -- in order to the socially BS trial.
And took the -- CBS passes the market is.
And keeping us working 24 sevenths right.
-- there is volatility data Sachs CEO of camera thank you so much for being a place today.
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