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Groupware/collaboration software

Nov 5, 2013 5:00AM PST

I am looking for a collaboration/group management software or web-based solutions for our head of marketing. She was wanting to integrate her social media analytics, website clicks, and events calendar together (like 3 different departments of people) to track the impact of certain events, posts etc. Do you happen to know of any platforms that might have that capability?

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Platforms.
Nov 5, 2013 11:57PM PST

There are many fine "platforms" such as anything that has a web browser. But the APPLICATION you are asking for sounds custom. You would employ a programmer and if they are good they would draw out what they do to get the answers or report they are currently creating and then the programmer would create the custom application.

Not all applications have been written but once in a while you encounter a client that thinks it has. Maybe it's true but as presented it looks custom.
Bob

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Document Management Software
Feb 4, 2014 2:42PM PST

Prolitus is a web based document management software that helps in managing documents efficiently. Online file sharing can be done with unlimited users and can be viewed anytime and anywhere.
It provides facility of setting task, reminders, sms alerts and notifications which creates a workflow in the team. Prolitus also manages the entire record of the work done which can be traced at any given point of time.

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Radian6
Feb 10, 2014 3:52AM PST

I don't know of any particular tool that does all three of those simultaneously. But you can use Radian6 for any social media marketing efforts. You can receive data on who mentions your brand on most social media channels (facebook, twitter, blogs, etc). All data you gather is exportable, so you can work with the data in excel an format. Its a super handy tool when trying to track how well a campaign is doing through social media, and also judging brand perception over time. You can also just use google analytics to gather traffic patterns and make correlations between the two.