We wanted to salute those we look up to in the industry, so we started with Google, which was an obvious first choice
Calgary, Canada (PRWEB) June 28, 2006
Cambrian House Inc., a Calgary based software company spent Monday afternoon delivering lunch (over 1000 pizzas) to the Googleplex in Mountain View, California as they inducted the famed internet search company into their NVA hall of fame. The National Viking Association (NVA) is a hall of fame for those companies and individuals that make a dent in the online universe.
“We wanted to salute those we look up to in the industry, so we started with Google, which was an obvious first choice,” says Michael Sikorsky, CEO of Cambrian House. “The pizzas were our way of saying thanks to one of the companies that have enabled our existence.”
The company promises to continue to randomly recognize individuals or companies with their unique National Viking Association.
Additional information on the random act of recognition can be found at http://www.cambrianhouse.com.
Cambrian House still in their infancy recently launched their beta website, an online community for anyone looking to contribute to a software project in return for royalties. The model is based on the new phenomenon of Crowdsourcing, where parts of a project are outsourced to an online community in return for a portion of the profits. Notable crowdsourced websites include iStockPhoto, InnoCentive.com, and mturk.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.
If you require additional information or have any questions or concerns please contact:
Michael J. Sikorsky, CEO
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