Duration: 43 min.
In this podcast, I talk with Alan Porter, vice president of Operations at WebWorks, about the Web 2.0 technologies they're using to reach out to their customer base. In addition to using blogs, wikis, and social networks to connect with customers, WebWorks also uses wikis to facilitate communication and collaboration within their company.
Alan says they consider themselves a "wiki-driven company" because the wiki drives the way they do business. WebWorks has an internal wiki (which replaced their old intranet), a projects wiki (used to communicate with their customers on project work), an external wiki for their help center (where customers can interact directly with developers and support), and a wiki for organizing their upcoming user conference.
To contact Alan, send an email to [email protected].
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