Improve Efficiency, Engagement and online reputation
Webjam is a provider of engaging enterprise social media solutions. We help our clients to connect with their employees and customers by providing them with an easy, affordable solution for social publishing and engagement. Our enterprise social media solutions allow you to create your own social intranet, share ideas and insights, and connect your employees.
You can manage your online reputation into a single branded environment, in which content is created and shared easily, communities grow naturally, and social networks integrate seamlessly.
Our offering is based on:
Enterprise social media platform: Our award winning Software as a Service (SaaS), modular platform built on Microsoft .Net
Packages: Product frameworks consisting of a combination of features and functionalities built around one type of usage
Services: Use our personal expertise in strategy, design, engagement, moderation, analytics and client support to activate your communities
Solutions: The tailored combination of our platform, packages and services to serve your specific needs
The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Tolworth, London. We have a vibrant team of passionate social media professionals specialised in developing award-winning enterprise social media solutions. We are a Guardian Tech Media 100 company and our platform is being used across a variety of sectors, from the world’s largest media and directory companies, to consumer brands and professional organisations. Our clients include Global Radio, Random House (the largest publisher of English language books), JWT (part of WPP, one of the world's largest advertising agencies), Yamaha Music and Make Your Mark.
Our solution can be used across many different business segments.
SME to Enterprise sized businesses can create a fully-fledged social publishing solution to share information and market to their customers and build their own communities affordably.
Any company can use our social media platform as a tool to engage with employees and to streamline internal communications.
Brands can let their clients talk about what they achieve with their product or service. Directories can use social media to add a social layer to their listings database.
And clubs or organisations can let their members organise events & network, and keep them informed.
As a publisher or media company you can empower your readers with user generated communities, citizen journalism, clubs and fan sites.