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Engage(↑) was back in Belgium from May 08-09, in Antwerp with a major 2-day event with over 80 sessions, all in English.

Andreas Rosens and Nils Rosen were pleased to welcome specialists on Tuesday at their round table (Table 2 Gorilla 1): “Use IBM Connections as integration back end for your team work”.

 IBM Connections offers users great features for working together such as activities and files structured in communities. These team oriented features would be very useful to have in strictly structured applications like sales oriented CRM systems.
Why not enhance IBM Connections with automatically created structures like communities for accounts or activities for sales opportunities?
Why not use the account information and the sales success to automatically tag the IBM Connections’ items?
Why not store production documents of the ERP system inside the IBM customer communities?
There are so many good reasons to enhance or use IBM Connections content by using the API. Considering IBM Connections as a back end for your team work provides you a completely different view on IBM Connections and its richness.
We would like to discuss the best use cases to make the most out of your investment in IBM Connections.

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  • Apr 05 / 2017