IdeaVibes crowdsourcing engine officially launched

Posted by Robert Janelle

Billing itself as “providing flexible and affordable crowdsourcing solutions for corporations, non-profits and governments,” IdeaVibes, a new Ottawa-based crowdsourcing engine launched today.

IdeaVibes is a web application that allows users to track and analyze ideas, preferences and trends, according to the company’s press release.

The app can be customized and branded before being deployed to crowd, which can then post, comment and vote on ideas.

“While solutions exist for large enterprises, our market research revealed that there is room for a focused, easy to deploy crowdsourcing solution that can be quickly and affordably set - up. Ideavibes is designed to fill this niche,” said IdeaVibes CEO Paul Dombowsky in the press release.

“What Ideavibes delivers is akin to an online focus group to gain a better understanding of what is important to your market, stakeholders or staff with specific input that you can use to build a strategy or set direction, all in a cost-effective manner that is transparent to the crowd, building community and trust.”  

Anyone interested can see the system in action at the IdeaVibes site.

The web application is expected to be available commercially this fall.

Company:
Ideavibes
Website:
http://www.ideavibes.com
Location:
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Ideavibes is focused on helping organizations such as cities and brands use crowdsourcing to engage with their customer, partners and prospects for generating ideas, solving problems and funding projects. The Ideavibes Crowd Engagement Platform is a white label solution that can be deployed in a variety of ways as part of an engagement or open innovation strategy (ie. on a corporate intranet, website, or as part... more


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Robert Janelle

Robert Janelle

Robert Janelle is a freelance technology journalist living in the National Capital Region. He's spent time covering the Ottawa start-up scene as a columnist and feature writer with his work in National Capital Scan, The Ottawa Citizen, The Ottawa Sun, Kingston Whig-Standard and The Escapist. He also suffers from a mild addiction to video games. more



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