|[January 08, 2013]
harmon.ie Calls for Votes to Determine Top European SharePoint Influencers
LONDON --(Business Wire)--
Whom do you turn to for advice and information when it comes to
SharePoint Today, harmon.ie,
the social software company, is asking Europe to answer that question in
a poll to determine the top 25 influencers in the European SharePoint
community. The results will be announced live on February 5th
at the European
SharePoint Conference in Copenhagen.
The voting process opens today. Voters can select from a shortlist of
nominees or nominate their own candidates here: http://harmon.ie/top-25-european-sharepoint-community-influencers
"SharePoint has become the most powerful platform for transformig
organizations into social businesses by making collaboration a key part
of employees' daily workflow," said Yaacov Cohen, co-founder and CEO of
harmon.ie. "That is why the SharePoint community is so important. Its
thought leaders and advocates help community members navigate the
technology and identify better and more innovative strategies. This poll
is an opportunity for people to recognize the peers they consider most
influential, and what could be a more fitting way to do this than
socially We look forward to revealing who the community considers to be
its most prominent and insightful leaders."
Who are the most influential in the European
#SharePoint community Vote here: http://goo.gl/h78Hp
harmon.ie is a Gold Sponsor at the European
SharePoint Conference and will be at Booth 55, February 4-7th
in Copenhagen, Denmark.
harmon.ie is the first platform-independent
enterprise social vendor, delivering a consistent social user experience
across multiple social and collaboration platforms from different
vendors such as Microsoft, IBM (News - Alert) and Salesforce. Thousands of businesses
including Continental Corporation, BearingPoint and Amway use harmon.ie
across Mobile, Desktop and Cloud to evolve into more socially powered
enterprises. For more information, visit http://harmon.ie/.
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