May 2010 Sponsor – Spigit
Thank you to Spigit for sponsoring Blogging Innovation for May 2010.
Spigit is the leading provider of collective idea management software, connecting employees, customers and business partners for innovation and insight discovery. Using enterprise-grade social technology, Spigit’s software taps into the collective intelligence of an organization and transforms it into actionable, predictive information. By incorporating incentives, idea graduation, idea trading and real-time analytics, Spigit allows companies to harness the social capital within. Our technologies are used by the largest and most innovative companies in the world including: Pfizer, AT&T, Southwest Airlines, Allstate, AAA, and Lloyds TSB. Spigit currently powers innovation projects at numerous Fortune 2000 companies and has been named Best of Software Interop 2008 and is listed on the AlwaysOn Global 250 list, the power list of the top 250 private global technology companies.
It’s not just about getting ideas – it’s about finding the great ones at the right time and being able to execute on them.
If you are implementing innovation management software to better manage your innovation process and deliver on your innovation strategy, I encourage you to add Spigit to your consideration set. You really can’t manage innovation successfully with e-mail or paper submissions.
For more information, please visit www.spigit.com.
Blogging Innovation continues its commitment to being a leading independent source for innovation and marketing insight articles from:
- 20+ regular contributing authors
- Quality ad hoc contributions from you – the 2,850+ members of the Continuous Innovation community
- The best innovation events and conferences (and exclusive discounts)
- Interviews with interesting innovation personalities
- Reviews of innovation books
- Video interviews with innovation leaders
If you would like to submit an article or are interested in being Blogging Innovation’s June 2010 sponsor to help the innovation and marketing conversations continue, please contact us.
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