Aus Timetoact XCC wird IBM Connections Engagement Center

by Volker Weber

Armonk/Ehningen - 31. Mai 2017: IBM übernimmt XCC - Web Content & Custom Apps Extension for IBM Connections der deutschen TIMETOACT GROUP. Das Produkt wird als Teil der IBM Connections Cloud Plattform weltweit als IBM Connections Engagement Center verfügbar sein. Dieses neue Angebot bietet Unternehmen jeder Größe ein Social Intranet für die interne Unternehmenskommunikation aller Mitarbeiter inklusive dem Teilen von Neuigkeiten, integrierter Applikationen sowie Peer-to-Peer Collaboration.

Das IBM Connections Engagement Center wird voraussichtlich im dritten Quartal 2017 verfügbar sein.

Glückwunsch an die Beteiligten zum erfolgreichen Vertragsabschluss.

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Volker, thanks for the post. TIMETOACT stays TIMETOACT, a company owned and managed by it's founders. It is TIMETOACT's product "XCC - Web Content & Custom Apps Extension" that is acquired and will turn into the "IBM Connections Engagement Center". I am exited by that acquisition as it will bring our idea of extenting IBM Connections into an integrated platform for Internal Communications and Enterprise Collaboration to a whole new level.

Felix Binsack, 2017-05-31 09:57

Danke, Felix. Da sind mir doch drei Buchstaben durchgerutscht.

Volker Weber, 2017-05-31 10:06

Glückwunsch!!

Torsten Hoffmann, 2017-05-31 12:04

Herzlichen Glückwunsch an Hermann, Felix und ihr Team!

Thomas Lang, 2017-05-31 14:21

Wow, meinen aufrichtigen Glückwunsch!

Ingo Seifert, 2017-06-01 09:15

(IBM) Shares Trading up at $152.67 IBM Acquires TIMETOACT GROUP’s XCC

:-)

http://www.fidaily.com/ibm-shares-trading-up-at-152-67-ibm-acquires-timetoact-groups-xcc-to/316117/ted-blackburn

Felix Binsack, 2017-06-03 06:50

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