Lithium Selected for Microsoft's AppSource Marketplace
Lithium Technologies has been selected as one of the pioneer partners of Microsoft's AppSource, a new marketplace for companies to find and use SaaS solutions from Microsoft and its partners. Lithium was selected as a launch partner for its vision for connecting community with Dynamics 365, Microsoft's Power BI, Power Apps, and Flow.
"Our relationship with Microsoft is critical, and the joint Lithium-Microsoft solution brings transactional, social, and behavioral data together to give businesses a clearer view of their customers and what they want," said Misha Logvinov, chief customer officer at Lithium, in a statement. "We are excited to bring real product depth to the AppSource vision and execute quickly alongside them as they are breaking new ground."
Lithium is tightly integrated with Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online. Microsoft includes a Lithium content pack inside its big data reporting and analytics business intelligence engine, Power BI, enabling businesses to connect other systems with actionable insights about their social business activities. Additionally, Microsoft and Lithium are collaborating on connectors for their app builder infrastructure, Power Apps and Flow.
"We're pleased to have Lithium as a strategic enterprise partner in AppSource," said James Phillips, corporate vice president at Microsoft, in a statement. "Together, Microsoft and Lithium are extending their integration even further to help businesses accelerate their digital transformation and drive real value. By working together, we provide businesses with a joint solution that isn't available anywhere else in the market."
Lithium Launches Many New Products at Its LiNC Conference
New products help companies monitor and respond to customers across social channels and share insights.
Lithium Adds Analytics to Its Community Platform
New analytics offerings enable companies to measure customer satisfaction, benchmark performance, and gauge the business impact of their social communities.
Lithium Adds to Lithium Social Web
A new mobile analytics platform and advanced integrations wtith Twitter and Facebook Business Messenger round out the new offerings in Lithium Social Web.