Solaborate Aids Social Collaboration for Tech Professionals

Written by Epi Ludvik

Oct 24, 2013

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I always say that “likes do not save lives” and predict that the future will be about the emergence of web-based channels that allow you to be more productive with your online presence. I like to call this social productivity and I talk about it in a great deal of depth here.

Social productivity is all about creating efficiencies within our companies, nonprofits or governments by using the web and human interactions through it. So when an organization motivates its stakeholders – employees, customers and brand advocates – to engage and move beyond likes and tweets, solve a problem or create a better product or system – they are being socially productive.

A new free platform called Solaborate is helping the  technology community to become more productive. Through Solaborate, technology professionals and companies can connect, collaborate and discover opportunities while creating an ecosystem around products and services. The platform has just launched a public beta that will feature top global technology companies such as Apple, Google, Microsoft, SAP, Facebook, IBM, Samsung and Cisco. Users can post on a wall, follow, message, share rich media content and much more. It differentiates itself in the world of social networking by focusing on the needs of tech professional.

“Our mission is to connect technology professionals and provide a dedicated place for you, your company and your products and services by providing all the tools and services to allow you to be more productive. We understand that it’s important for technology professionals to be able to stay connected and engaged, whether they’re at the office or on the go,” said Labinot Bytyqi, the Founder and CEO of Solaborate.

Now Solaborate has created a place when tech professionals can interact socially with other professionals in the space while becoming more “productive” and narrow their focus while eliminating “noise”. In the future Solaborate will aid collaborations in the technology vertical while social networks amplify the impact of these collaborations to create real value for everyone.


About Author

About Author

Epi Ludvik

As the Founder and CEO of Crowdsourcing Week and BOLD Awards, Epi works with all types and sizes of organizations, from high-profile companies to emerging startups, helping them to harness the power of the crowd and human-centered innovation. His pioneering journey in the digital world has been fueled by his commercial endeavors in the US, Europe and Asia, plus an unrelenting passion for crowd-based technology and marketplaces. The two factors combined have decentralized innovation, and disrupted entire business sectors in ways that were never previously imaginable. Epi’s gift and passion for crowdsourcing have allowed him to grow his companies and become a global thought-leader on the transformative potential of crowdsourcing in all industries and sectors, and all areas of public life. Epi Ludvik earned a BS in Advertising & Marketing from the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC and has been a serial entrepreneur since graduation.

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