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Salesforce to Build "Social-Wall" 

At the Word Economic Forum this year, held in Davos-Switzerland, Salesforce and Accenture collaborated to build a "social-media wall" displaying trending conversations on various social media platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.

With more than 800 representatives active on Twitter at the meeting, this 8 meter wide Social Media Wall was said to scan more than 500 million conversations daily, according to Jeremy Jurgens, chief information and interaction officer at the World Economic Forum.

"We're in a social revolution, and social technologies provide an increadible opportunity for organizations to connect with their customers, employees or constitutents in entirely new ways, said George Hu, COO, "The world leaders gathering in Davos now have the ability to see the conversations happening on social media about the important issues in the world today."



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