At a time when the economy is struggling and companies are downsizing, Fluid Innovation is creating opportunities for individuals out of work or looking to improve their financial situation
Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 14, 2009
Fluid Innovation (http://www.fluidinnovation.com), the leading provider of software commercialization services , today announced the launch of its Referral and Finders' Fee Programs, offering an opportunity for individuals familiar with software commercialization, intellectual property practices and/or new product development to earn significant supplemental income.
As companies search for new low cost, low risk growth strategies, they are increasingly turning to open innovation and software commercialization. Fortune 1000 companies value the ability to generate new revenue streams from internally developed applications that are not core to their business. And independent software vendors (ISVs) are recognizing the benefits of licensing these applications, getting to market faster with proven solutions that require less upfront costs.
Members of the Fluid Innovation Referral and Finders' Fee Programs have the opportunity to help these companies as well as themselves. Whether they just want to introduce Fluid to an individual or company who may be interested in an application listed on the Fluid Marketplace or they want to get more involved in nurturing and closing the deal, Fluid Innovation offers an opportunity for them.
"At a time when the economy is struggling and companies are downsizing, Fluid Innovation is creating opportunities for individuals out of work or looking to improve their financial situation," said Chris McKinzie, CEO for Fluid Innovation.
For more information on Fluid Innovation programs, contact Linda Kish or visit our Referral and Finders' Fee Programs Web page.
About Fluid Innovation
Fluid Innovation, founded in 2005, is architecting the weightless economy through technology, processes, and community. Fluid helps Fortune 1000 enterprises generate revenue by discovering, assessing, and licensing their internally-developed technologies to companies that commercialize and market them.
Fluid is considered one of three "Cool Vendors in Intellectual Property, 2008" as reported by Gartner Research.