By now you have probably heard that AIM is shutting down on December 15, 2017. AIM has left a lasting legacy: its popularization of chat still influences how we communicate today. Socially, we are used to quick messages and instant response. At work, trends are swinging towards enterprise chat, rather than emails.
I couldn’t be more proud of what our team accomplished at Symphony Innovate 2017. We set out with lofty goals to double all our metrics from last year, and we did it! With over 500 customers, partners and developers in attendance, 25 partners showcasing at our tradeshow, and an even greater number viewing the live stream, we were able to share our vision for the future and the role our community of partners and customers will play in it.
We recently had the honor of being included in Gartner’s Cool Vendors in Social Software & Collaboration Report 2017, a report that helps enterprises identify innovative social software and collaboration solutions that can make a positive impact on their business. While we can’t tell you what’s inside, you should download the report to find out, because we think you’ll find it pretty cool.
Global companies have had to quickly adapt to the fast-paced marketplace filled with countless tools & processes. The Operations Panel at Symphony Innovate 2017 discussed the current operations workflow and evolving technology. Customer and partner panelists shared their experiences around leveraging Symphony, extending the platform with bots and integrations, and the changes in their operations workflows. Read the full transcript below.
The Power of Community Customer Panel at Symphony Innovate 2017 brought together leaders from J.P. Morgan, AllianceBernstein, Kepler Cheuvreux and T. Rowe Price - all companies with enterprise-wide deployments of Symphony - to discuss how to build a frictionless environment for collaboration. Panelists shared their experiences of deploying the technology, increasing user adoption, creating bots, communicating with external clients, and the overall benefits of the platform.
More than 500 tech and financial leaders gathered this year in NYC for Symphony Innovate 2017. Twenty-five partners showcased their application integrations and speakers from 27 partner companies shared their unique stories about the Symphony community. The day was filled with product and partnership announcements, live demos, and thought-provoking conversations.