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Public sector and social media: Follow SAP Public Sector on Twitter, Facebook and GovLoop!

With the growing demand for government transparency, the public sector space has recently seen an increase in the use of social media. The White House’s Twitter feed and Facebook page recently surveyed their followers and fans about the White House’s social media presence, and published the key findings of the results on the official White House blog.  Check it out to learn how you can improve your social media presence too! State, City and Local governments are also coming to embrace the power of mobility with applications such as YouTown, connecting citizens to their government through mobile devices. Chief of US Naval Operations Adm. Gary Roughead recently said in a FierceGovernment IT piece that “ignoring social media is a ‘strategic error of the most basic nature,’” and emphasizes the importance of using social media as a means of communication both within the navy and externally.

 To keep up with the public sector’s social media trends, SAP Public Sector is excited to announce the launch of their official Twitter feed, @SAPPublic Sector. Follow us for:

  • News articles in the public sector space, covering a range of trends and topics important to public sector organizations like yours.
  • Special trial offers, and product updates and announcements
  • Upcoming webcasts and events for the opportunity to learn more and collaborate with peers

 We will also be posting public sector content to the SAP North America Facebook Page, so please “like” the page for SAP Public Sector content on Facebook!

 And if you’re not already a member of GovLoop (the Facebook of Government), be sure to sign-up and join the SAP Public Sector page to learn more about Government mobility and much more.

Join us today to stay up to the minute on news, trends and events!

Twitter -!/SAPPublicSector|!/SAPPublicSector

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