Let’s face it, there are too many social platforms. There’s one to manage tweets, one to check analytics, one to internally collaborate, and so on. We have a hard time keeping track of all these platforms today. As social media continues to grow and change, it’s bound to get worse before it gets more efficient.
What’s the solution? Should vendors consolidate? Will big companies buy out the smaller guys? Most importantly, what will happen to your information when social sites shut down?
ITComposer will help your organization leverage social media to engage to your customers. That’s the power of working smarter and not harder.
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