Innovation with crowds is smart, and secure
Spigit engages internal and external crowds in innovation, anywhere in the world. The crowd helps you find and implement that valuable idea that your company has never tried…until now. And only Spigit finds the best ideas automatically, using patented crowd science algorithms.
Leading companies like Citi, UnitedHealth Group, Intel, Amway, P&G and others use Spigit to enable their innovation programs, driving over $1 Billion in incremental revenue and 200+ new patents to date.
Spigit crowdsourcing software is used every day for process innovation, breakthrough ideas, cost reductions, and to engage employees in innovation initiatives.
The real value of an idea?
Research shows that crowds can make better predictions than experts. Spigit Predictions helps you understand revenue impact, time to market, and implementation costs.
The result? Informed business decisions, greater innovation program ROI and better idea management.
Innovation analytics that create insights
Spigit Insights shows you the health of your innovation program with engaging visualizations.
Create, customize, and securely share dashboards that help leadership understand innovation initiatives and results. Access dashboards that show you in real-time the status of your innovation pipeline. Your HR and marketing managers can check on employee engagement with the click of a button. And C-level executives can see business-level reporting that’s relevant to them.
Enterprise-Grade Software for Security & Compliance
Innovation management meets the enterprise security, scalability, and accessibility requirements that other platforms can’t. It’s released simultaneously in 11 languages, and four global data centers assure your data available and is safe.
Good Idea Management Never Kills a Good Idea
In Spigit, the ideas you don’t implement become a part of your valuable IP Bank.
Spigit automatically draws relevant ideas from the IP Bank over time, as your business or market conditions change.
We don’t want 10,000 ideas. We want to know which ideas are good and which aren’t.Norman Lewis