The new feature-rich and scalable platform will enable our customers to engage with very large communities and ultimately provide them with faster community based decision support.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
July 31, 2012 —Passenger (http://www.thinkpassenger.com), the leader in innovation and research community software as a service (SaaS), announces their new version 4.1 product release. This release enables clients to manage their online communities with ease, providing them full control over the administration, moderation, content, and activities.
Bahram Nour-Omid, Passenger’s CEO, states, “We are extremely excited about this release. Passenger has long been known for offering the best community experience to brands for engaging their customers. Our latest release gives our clients the flexibility of a more hands on approach, if they wish to take on some or all of the community management. The new feature-rich and scalable platform will enable our customers to engage with very large communities and ultimately provide them with faster community based decision support.”
The 4.1 community platform from Passenger includes a new administration interface for simple content management. This release integrates seamlessly with Passengers mobile applications, allowing for a centralized reporting dashboard for easy analysis of community feedback. The 4.1 release further strengthens Passenger’s leading position as an innovator in developing and managing private online communities.
Passenger communities enable the world’s leading brands to connect, create and communicate with key stakeholders online, on mobile and on social networks. Passenger combines industry-leading technology with expert community engagement services to allow your brand to connect in real-time with your community to inform research, product development, and marketing decisions. In addition, all of the data is collected in a single database with robust analytic capabilities, providing a holistic view of your community, and actionable, member-driven insights. For more information visit http://www.thinkpassenger.com.