|By Marketwired .||
|April 30, 2014 03:29 PM EDT||
SANTA MONICA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/30/14 -- Manalto Inc (www.manalto.com), the dedicated enterprise social media management provider, today announced plans to extend their enterprise solution's standard 120-day free trial to a 6-month free transition period for Wildfire App customers impacted by Wildfire's decision to stop technology development of their software and instead, fully integrate their offering into Google's general ad buying platform. Manalto's extended free offer provides businesses looking for a long-term enterprise social media management solution an opportunity to seamlessly transition from their current system to Manalto's sophisticated solution.
"Understanding that Wildfire's decision may have disrupted the social media strategy of many brands, Manalto is extending a 6-month no fee period to ensure that during this time, the right focus is directed on seamlessly rebuilding an organization's social media management framework," said Anthony Owen, President and CEO of Manalto. "Manalto will work with an organization to transition their social media management to our system, leveraging the Manalto enterprise functionality so that the management of all social media assets is properly aligned to the organizational structure."
Manalto's cloud-based social media ERP system offers multi-site, multi-brand businesses a comprehensive solution for enterprise social media management with greater control to create and efficiently manage fully customized Facebook pages, regulate user permissions, and monitor and engage with local communities on Facebook and Twitter from a centralized dashboard. Manalto works in partnership with enterprises and industry sectors to provide a fully customizable system that meets the specific needs of each business. With special consideration of brands' corporate framework, business and risk management practices, Manalto enables organizations to manage their social media content with greater efficiency and alignment to their operations -- at scale.
"Manalto allows organizations to optimize a strategic social media marketing program and effectively drive customer engagement and conversion using the platform's ecommerce capabilities," said Owen. "With Manalto, an organization is able to extend its existing ecommerce tools into the Facebook environment to enable their customers to transact."
The social media management ecosystem has significantly evolved with a number of innovative providers offering different and improved functionalities in their systems and Manalto is working directly with the industry to change the way social media is managed inside enterprise. They are committed to driving value for the social media industry as a whole and this extended offering demonstrates their dedication to helping brands manage their social presence and grow their business.
Wildfire customers looking for more information or to sign up, please visit: http://www.manalto.com/
Or contact President and Founder Anthony Owen directly:
Manalto is a provider of innovative enterprise-grade Social Media ERP software solutions. We partner with organizations to integrate social media management into their existing corporate ERP framework; to enable an organization to manage social media content with greater efficiency and alignment to their operations and to core marketing activity. Manalto was engineered with enterprise at the center of our solution. Organizations are now able to centrally manage their social media presence and brand inside Facebook and Twitter, with the security, consistency and efficiency expected of a robust enterprise system.
Manalto has offices located in Santa Monica, California and Australia.
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