Andrew Kratz, president and founder of Social Edge Consulting, shares his thoughts on the business value of communities in the first of a series of blog posts. In this post, Andrew talks about how his social journey began, his background working with collaboration platforms, and two challenges the community platform industry faces.
Andrew Kratz recently sat down with Kate Weaver, a community veteran and former Director of Extranet Communities at Health Catalyst. The purpose of their conversation was to discuss her experience migrating from one community platform to another. Kate’s story and insights will prove helpful to other community owners considering a similar path.
Some business leaders have expressed the concern that social interactions in an employee community will result in a loss of productivity. In this blog post, Andrew Kratz shares a story on how an interaction he had in such a social group ended up benefitting his organization and led to improved company outcomes.
Migrating from one platform to another can seem daunting, but if you go into it with a clear strategy and organized content, it doesn't have to be. I interviewed Robert Hanson, Social Edge's collaboration technology architect and migration wiz, to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about migrating from one platform to another.
Considering a platform migration but unsure where to start? Moving all of your content and users to a new platform can seem daunting, but doesn't have to be. In this e-book, you'll learn the key reasons to consider a migration, a breakdown of the migration process, and project preparation, including insights on timing, budgeting and overall costs.
In March, Social Edge kicked off an implementation project for the Ounce of Prevention Fund - the Early Childhood Connector. Social Edge worked closely with the Ounce to get the ECC community up and running in about a week, with the primary focus of the initial launch being to provide resources specific to the COVID-19 pandemic.