Visible Technologies News & Articles
| Thursday Oct 4, 2012
Recently, we took a first look at Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Social CRM, and in particular those vendors who made it into the Leaders quadrant. We also noted that by far the most populated quadrant was the Niche player’s quadrant, making it unique among Gartner’s MQs. Today we will look at who those Niche players are, what they are selling to qualify as Niche players, and what is likely to happen to them.
| Wednesday Feb 22, 2012
Today, Visible Technologies is putting its SMB face forward with VI-LITE. An innovative and rapidly developing new area of social media, VI-LITE aims to bring the company into the rising small to mid-sized business world with cost-saving incentives and simplicity. And it's just as tasty as the original.
| Thursday Dec 15, 2011
If it's time for a change, we've got a shopping list of hot jobs in our spiffy little corner of the world. Our weekly featured jobs list is a great collection of opportunities spanning specialties and continents. Here's who's hiring this week.
| Thursday Jan 14, 2010
There’s reason to believe in social media monitoring startup Visible Technologies (news, site). The company recently raised US$ 22 million in Series C funding, totaling their pot to a nice US$ 34 million. The dollars came from Investor Growth Capital, while previous backers Centurion Holdings, Ignition Partners, In-Q-Tel and WPP, also participated.
| Tuesday Oct 20, 2009
A little while ago, we reported the CIA was pouring money into the open source Apache Lucene, Solr search. And (shocker!) the CIA (yet again, through their technology VC arm In-Q-Tel) continues to invest into search and crawling-related technologies, according to Wired magazine.
This time, it’s the social media monitoring vendor Visible Technologies (news, site), whose technology can crawl all your Twitter, Facebook, FriendFeed, YouTube, etc. activity.
| Tuesday Sep 22, 2009
To those of you who labeled social media a fad, I offer my most sincere apologies. Now that everyone from grade school kids to grandmothers are posting Tweets and writing on each other's wall, the next rising wave is commercial entities infiltrating the social media space.