Much of the knowledge and organizational wisdom in any organization is locked away in enterprise applications making it difficult to find when needed and creating knowledge silos. Integrating the Clearvale™ social platform with existing “systems of record” will reduce those silos, encourage knowledge sharing and ultimately boost network adoption.
Microsoft SharePoint -- integration with Microsoft SharePoint facilitates social collaboration around SharePoint content while maintaining SharePoint's status as a system of record for documents. Integrating Clearvale with SharePoint will help to boost SharePoint adoption within the organization, speed decision-making, and improve employee productivity.
Microsoft Outlook – Clearvale It, a Clearvale plug-in for Microsoft Outlook, allows users to quickly transform email conversations into Clearvale blogs or discussion forums – all without having to leave the Outlook interface. Users can select in which communities to place entire email threads, and even transform email attachments into Clearvale files with a few simple clicks, all of which will help ensure that important discussions and decisions are not lost in email In-Boxes.
Salesforce.com – Clearvale’s integration with Salesforce.com’s Salesforce Enterprise Edition enables users to display Salesforce data, charts, and updates within a Clearvale community, enabling colleagues to collaborate and communicate around deals, leads, and opportunities.
Authentication mechanisms -- Clearvale provides a number of different integrations for authenticating users, including Microsoft Active Directory, Google Apps, Open ID, and more.
External Widgets – Users can now include dynamic content from an external application in their own network and can publish their own custom, external widgets for global use by other Clearvale users. External widgets can be used for integrating Clearvale as a platform of engagement with systems of record of any kind.
Developer APIs – Clearvale’s comprehensive APIs provide a mechanism for external applications to access Clearvale data. This can be used to add a “social layer” to applications by supplementing their own data with user-generated content from a Clearvale network.