June 2010 Sponsor – Spigit
Thank you to Spigit for sponsoring Blogging Innovation for June 2010.
Today, Spigit announced the availability of version 3.0 of its idea management software platform, S3. This latest version is based on an entirely new widget-based framework that enhances the flexibility and scalability of Spigit’s award-winning platform, allowing it to truly adapt with the needs of a business or organization. The new S3 platform is available immediately to all new Spigit customers and current customers will have the option to migrate their old data and communities to the new platform.
With the introduction of S3, Spigit builds on its momentum in 2010 with the successful launches of a small business product, WE by Spigit; an iPhone application, MobileSpigit; an idea management platform for government agencies, CitizenSpigit; and, the announcement of successful customer integrations with AAA, Southwest Airlines and the City of Manor, Texas.
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.
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- 20+ regular contributing authors
- Quality ad hoc contributions from you – the 3,050+ members of the Continuous Innovation community
- The best innovation events and conferences (and exclusive discounts)
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