|By Marketwired .||
|July 23, 2014 03:01 AM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - July 23, 2014) - Mindjet, the world's leader in SaaS solutions for enterprise innovation management, announced today that it was named a top innovator in The Aragon Research Globe™ for Social Software, 2014: Getting Down to Business report. Mindjet, whose platform enables the world's leading brands to build and manage sustainable innovation programs, was among the 20 companies that Aragon Research looked at when evaluating the different social software platforms currently available on the market.
Not only has Mindjet been named a top innovator, it is the only innovation management software provider included in the report.
The report highlights that "Mindjet SpigitEngage has continued to push the envelope in social innovation and innovation management. SpigitEngage focuses on making innovation a repeatable business process and has attracted many innovative Fortune 100 customers. It drives social innovation by enabling the capture, collaborative refinement, ranking and execution of ideas from employees, customers, partners and prospects."
"Companies around the world need to be tapping their employees or their 'social crowd' on a more regular basis when it comes to defining new business processes and initiatives. It's the only way they will be able to stay innovative among competitors," said Jim Lundy, CEO and Lead Analyst, Aragon Research.
"Mindjet is the only platform in the report that focuses on leveraging an organizations internal or external crowd to collaborate purposefully on specific business challenges to flesh out the best ideas," said Scott Raskin, CEO, Mindjet, "And while we believe that it's now mandatory to engage the crowd in order to innovate, the Globe notes that most vendors are still struggling to do this, which makes it harder for them to find the right business use cases to ensure optimal adoption. We're excited to be in a position to really help companies harness their talent in a way that helps them be more innovative."
Aragon Research is a technology-focused research and advisory firm committed to providing leading strategic research and trusted advisory services. Business and IT leaders responsible for social software implementations use the Globe to rationalize vendor offerings for procurement decisions and match capabilities to business use cases. For information on purchasing The Aragon Research Globe for Social Software, 2014 report, visit: www.aragonresearch.com.
Mindjet is committed to enterprise innovation excellence. We provide the first software platform with the capability to drive repeatable business innovation at scale. Millions of people, as well as 83% of the Fortune 100, use Mindjet's enterprise-ready innovation management and productivity suite, featuring SpigitEngage and MindManager. We enable the world's leading brands to build and manage sustainable innovation programs with social dynamics, purposeful collaboration, crowd science, and analytics to surface and develop the best ideas and bring them to market. Mindjet is headquartered in San Francisco with offices throughout the US, UK, France, Germany, Japan, and Australia.
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