Collaborative Economy: It’s Real and It’s Disrupting Enterprises

July 14, 2015 by Bonnie D. Graham

The buzz: Share and share alike.

Following the lead of now-established startups like Airbnb and Zipcar, more companies are offering a unique customer experience designed for convenience, trust and comfort.

And this is causing more people to wonder what they can share, borrow or rent as a business opportunity.

Have we evolved into an altruistic society? And how is the digital economy enabling this to unfold?

The experts speak.                                                             

Bill Briggs, Deloitte: “I don’t believe in Beatles; I just believe in me.” (John Lennon)

Troy Fulton, Tangoe: “Data analytics, policies and security measures must evolve to preserve and protect the mutual trust of protecting data between enterprises and their audiences.”

Dinesh Sharma, SAP: We cannot forget the concept central to the collaborative economy – everyone receives some kind of benefit. As businesses start to make money, how can the initial concept stand up to this tenet?”

Join us for Collaborative Economy: It’s Real and It’s Disrupting Enterprises.

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