In response, we’re excited to open up Prezzle, one of our most established products, to the Community.
Calgary, AB (PRWEB) August 25, 2006
Cambrian House Inc., a Calgary-based software company with a unique crowdsourcing business model, recently released 75 tasks to its 5000+ member community. Having seen the overwhelming support for the three project tasks released August 2nd, 2006, Cambrian House responded with even more tasks the Community can partake in.
The huge task release is on the heels of the company awarding its first Royalty Points and Glory Points to its Community. “As a gesture of appreciation, we awarded everyone who submitted tasks for Royalty Points a cash reward. We wanted to help our members on their way to their first million,” says Michael J. Sikorsky, CEO of Cambrian House. “In order to further help our members get there, we’re going to have to post more tasks.”
The 75 tasks consist of those for Royalty Points, which allow for members to collect dividends of a profitable product, and those for Glory Points, which are a reward to Community builders, exchangeable for things like Cambrian House T-shirts and special recognition.
“It’s clear that the Community wants to have a role in the burgeoning products,” remarks Sikorsky. “In response, we’re excited to open up Prezzle, one of our most established products, to the Community.”
In addition to opening up Prezzle, Cambrian House is also creating the world’s first crowdsourced book as well as allowing members to contribute to the site. For helping build the Community and improving the site, members will be awarded Glory Points.
All the tasks will be made available to all Cambrian House members through NorseForge.
Cambrian House’s 75 tasks in Norseforge are available at http://norseforge.cambrianhouse.com/
About Cambrian House
Headquartered in Calgary, Canada -- Cambrian House opened its doors on February 1, 2006. Using the internet to harness the wisdom and participation of crowds, Cambrian House seizes creative software ideas from the ether and builds them into real software. With the use of online market testing, Cambrian House then objectively determines if an idea should be built or be terminated at conception.
Visit http://www.cambrianhouse.com for more information.
If you require additional information or have any questions or concerns, please contact:
Michael J. Sikorsky, CEO
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