Broadridge, a leading technology company servicing global capital markets, heard the call for improved investor transparency and is leading financial services in a new direction. With its Shareholder Forum, built on Telligent Community, it is directing financial discussions between shareholders and corporations to more open, transparent arenas. In a recent interview with The Brainyard's columnist David Carr, Senior Product and Community Manager at Broadridge, Mike Mostransky, explains about the Shareholder Forums and how they are improving shareholder communication needs with an online social communication platform. In addition, Mostransky discusses how investors in companies, such as Coca-Cola and Best Buy, are utilizing the Shareholder Forums to ask questions as if they were in an actual meeting; among other things.
So why use Telligent's software to implement Shareholder Forums? Mostransky highlights Telligent's customization facet and how he really loves the fact that Telligent's software can be modified to fit the intended purpose. You can read the full InformationWeek article here; and to learn more about Broadridge's implementation of Shareholder Forums and how they are shaping the future of financial services, be sure to read their recent case study.
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