|November 10, 2014|
|IBM and Twitter Enterprise Partnership Announced|
|By Chris Crum|
Twitter and IBM announced a new partnership to give enterprises Twitter data through IBM tools and services. Essentially, it’s a combination of Twitter’s “public pulse” of real-time data and IBM’s cloud-based analytics, customer engagement platforms, and consulting services.
IBM will offer Twitter data as part of IBM Watson Analytics, Watson Developer Cloud and IBM Bluemix. There will also be joint solutions from the companies including one that will integrate Twitter data with IBM ExperienceOne customer engagement solutions for sales, marketing, and customer service purposes.
IBM Global Business Services users will be abel to access Twitter data , and the two companies will collaborate on solutions for [...]
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