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Lithium provides businesses with effective social media tools to manage their social media presence, reach out and engage customers, and gather intelligent data.
Slack is a messaging app that brings all your communication together in one place. It offers real-time messaging, archiving and search for modern teams.
|Sony, Skype, Barclaycard, Symantec||Dow Jones, eBay, NBCUniversal, The Wall Street Journal|
Contact Lithium to request enterprise pricing details. Lithium offers various social media management products designed to address various business requirements.
Online Communities – Transform your website into a social destination.
Social Media Management
Social Publishing – Publish social content to drive deeper engagement in half the time.
Social Response – Manage social customer service at scale while improving quality.
Slack offers three SMB and enterprise pricing packages for users to choose from. Give the details a look, and select your plan:
Free – No limits on time or users
Standard – $6.67 per user/month billed annually ($8 billed monthly)
Plus – $12.50 per user/month billed annually ($15 billed monthly)
Enterprise – By quote
Lithium integrates with the following business systems and applications:
Slack integrates messages from external systems used by teams (including services such as Twitter, Google Docs/Drive, Dropbox, Zendesk, GitHub, MailChimp and dozens more) to create one place where everything comes together with one search box across all these tools. A full list of integrations can be found on Slack’s website.
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In the event you continue having doubts about which solution will perform best for your company it may be a sensible idea to analyze each service’s social metrics. These metrics are frequently a sign of how popular each service is and how large is its online presence. For instance, in case of Facebook Slack has 0 likes on their official page while Lithium profile is liked by 5203 users.