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Enterprise 2.0 Launch Pad: 2010 Elite 8

Innovation is at the heart of software development, and it's the name of the game in the Enterprise 2.0 Launch Pad competition. Held in conjunction with both the Santa Clara and Boston editions of the 2010 Enterprise 2.0 Conference, Launch Pad produced four finalists at each site -- the best of the best applications produced and submitted to the competition that year. Best of all? Entering Launch Pad was free, and open to all software developers -- large and small -- who were building, launching
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Moxie's Engagement Spaces has both a customer and employee application -- think of them as social sites, specifically built for business use. Employee Spaces includes collaboration and knowledge sharing with the hallmarks of social media: Profiles, news feeds, microblogging, and the like. Customer Spaces is essentially social customer service, deploying of customer care channels alongside social media tools. Moxie has another trait worth mentioning: Formerly, nGenera, it's not a new company. Paige Finkelman, chairperson for the Launch Pad competitions, notes: "[Moxie] goes to show that Launch Pad is not limited to start ups -- we welcome submission from any (existing or established) E2.0 vendor with a new solution, integration point, partnership, or version released or planning to launch in the calendar year of the contest."

SEE ALSO:

Congrats To Enterprise 2.0 Santa Clara Launch Pad Final Four

Congrats To Enterprise 2.0 Boston Launch Pad Final Four!

Congrats To 8 Enterprise 2.0 Santa Clara Launch Pad Semi Finalists!

Congrats To 8 Enterprise 2.0 Boston Launch Pad Semifinalists

Enterprise 2.0: Meetzi Wins Launch Pad Contest

Enterprise 2.0 Focuses On Cloud, Community, Collaboration

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