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Enterprise 2.0: Meet The Launch Pad Finalists

Meet the final four contestants with innovative software ideas competing in the Enterprise 2.0 Launch Pad competition next week.
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CubeVibe provides software that helps managers connect with their teams and improve engagement. CubeVibe delivers on-demand tools to help managers hold effective meetings, set individual and team goals, track progress with simple metrics, and share real-time feedback. In the dashboard view, CubeVibe provides a visual overview of levels of engagement across the company.

CubeVibe creator Aaron Aycock, who by day works as an IT Director for the travel technology company TRX, originally created the application as a better solution to monitoring and managing employee performance. The application is available as software as a service, with a free trial available.

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