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Keith Privette - Social Business Analyst with OP2 Talk

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Keith Privette is a Project Management Consultant by day, but by night he is a Social Business Analyst developing a whole new social paradigm on how marketing, operations, HR, customer service, product and service development integrates itself in the new social paradigm that involves technologies, data gathering, observing customers, increasing productivity from employees and vendors, and efficiently tracking, connecting to real business results.A digital sherpa, a digital sociologist, and technology practitioner helping non-profits and fellow colleagues learn and understand this new world of social business. He has over 12 years of experience with many different technology platforms. Spends his days making marketing, customer service, non-profits, and financial service departments work more efficiently for the customer and employee. The last couple years he has been running the social strategy for Free Arts Minnesota. A nonprofit locally based in Minneapolis/St. Paul. This included establishing social properties, email campaigns, digital operations along with CRM platform integration to increase awareness and donations for the organization. Keith has has vast experience with effectively deploying wide variety of technology platforms from salesforce.com to a behavioral financial quiz website. You can find Keith Privette hanging out in Virginia Beach, Virginia these days (just recently relocated)


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