Chaordix fine-tunes bringing the crowd to the enterprise

by Warren Frey

Cambrian House is known for being innovation leaders in the Calgary, and Canadian, tech scene. Now with their latest update of Chaordix, the company is promising “enterprise level crowdsourcing” designed to take companies through tough economic times by harnessing the power of many.

Chaordix is used for market prediction, product or business innovation, research and collaboration, all in a Software as a Service model. This new edition brings some substantial new methods to the game, including enhanced behaviour prediction, “gaming” prevention which implicitly and explicitly tracks behaviour and anti-biasing features.

The new version of Chaordix also includes incentive models, with reputation, credit and cash models, and new analytic features that give users a simple to follow crowdsource management dashboard.

Cambrian House began as a crowdsourcing community, and with Chaordix the company is putting its considerable engineering skill to bear on helping corporate clients harness and shape the power of online community. This new version might be a welcome innovation for companies that need to cut back on expenses but continue to grow in adverse economic conditions.

Cambrian House
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Launched in 2006, Cambrian House began as a crowdsourcing community using a wisdom of crowds based approach to discover new business and technology ideas. Today, Cambrian House equips other enterprises to adopt open innovation using its Chaordix™ crowdsourcing platform. Chaordix is the global standard in crowdsourced market intelligence. Chaordix uses the power of crowdsourcing to help the... more

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Warren Frey

Warren Frey

Warren Frey is a writer, editor, blogger and podcaster based out of Vancouver, BC. After working for six years in the Canadian broadcasting industry, he switched to print and has since covered varied assignments from plumbing conferences to star-studded film galas. But he’s never lost his love for the internet and interactive media, from his teens when he dived into the WELL on his “Woz”... more

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