Berkeley, CA (PRWEB) January 13, 2015
IdeaScale, leading crowdsourcing and innovation management software provider, today announced the final winners of its second annual Open Innovation Awards Competition in three categories. The full story and best practices for each winner can be accessed at ideascale.com/2014-open-innovation-awards
In the category of Best Engagement Strategy, the winner is:
The Department of Labor
In the category of Best Moderation Strategy, the winner is:
The Department of Energy
In the category of Best Innovation, the winner is:
Innovation Award winners receive a discount on their 2015 IdeaScale license, access to high-end features, the ability to fast track an IdeaScale feature for 2015, and much more.
“IdeaScale was impressed by the quality of submissions from our entrants this year,” said Rob Hoehn, CEO and Co-Founder of IdeaScale, “However, these industry leaders showcased unique solutions and front-runner best practices that we feel will help many others build businesses that are truly innovative and transformative. We can't wait to see what 2015 will bring.”
The awards were announced from IdeaScale headquarters in Berkeley. More detailed stories of IdeaScale customer success from this year and last year's competition can be found at ideascale.com/resources
IdeaScale is the largest cloud-based innovation software platform in the world with more than 25,000 customers and 4 million users. The software allows organizations to involve the opinions of public and private communities by collecting their ideas and giving users a platform to vote. The ideas are then evaluated, routed, and delivered on the back-end, making IdeaScale the engine of innovation. IdeaScale’s current client roster includes industry leaders, such as EA Sports, NBC, NASA, Xerox and the White House. For more information about IdeaScale, visit ideascale.com.