After reviewing the impressive submissions and internal deliberation, Enterprise 2.0 is pleased to announce the Launch Pad 9 quarter-finalists from Round One's Twitter submissions. They are, in alphabetical order...Ally Software
allysoftware: @e2conf#e2conflp Managing complex projects is stuck in Web1, too many emails & meetings. Harmony simplifies complex project & schedule mgmt
ldubost: @e2conf 80% of enterprise''s information is unshared. #XWiki allows it with a top notch enterprise Wiki with structuration and APIs #e2conflp
These eight quarter-finalists move to Round Two where our community will vote on the 3 minute video they create. We''ll tally the Round Two votes and announce the four finalists on October 16, 2009. The nine quarter-finalists can find details on how to upload their video to YouTube here.
Be sure to cast your vote for your favorite vid when we open up the community vote from October 9 to October 14.
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