According to Gartner, “The major benefits associated with innovation management tools are stimulating engagement and participation in user-friendly, social and mobile environments (such as through gamification techniques), and directing creativity toward business needs. They also help in structuring and managing each stage of the ideation process with clear objectives, metrics and decision-making tools. Idea management tools can aid in opening innovation easily and safely to a range of participants, including external partners and customers.”
Idea Drop makes the innovation process effortless. Employees across the company can easily share their insights, improvements and ideas about the business. Idea Drop takes care of the hard work, automatically ranking and scoring every idea in real-time based on smart social signals from your community.
“We’re thrilled to be mentioned in Gartner’s most recent report and believe our inclusion as a representative vendor in their market guide justifies why our global client base – which includes companies such as Lear Corporation, the Met Police, Kent Police, Eversheds Sutherland and Xodus Group – trust Idea Drop to drive and support their innovation strategy,” said Owen Hunnam, co-founder and CEO of Idea Drop.“
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Gartner, Market Guide for Innovation Management Tools, 27 June 2017