Neudesic Seeks to Expand Social Enterprise with Pulse 1.2, Including New Idea Sharing Function

Microsoft partner Neudesic has released Pulse 1.2, the newest version of its social enterprise connector software.  The new release adds a hosted option, support for Windows Live ID authentication, as well as a new feature Neudesic calls IQ. 

According to John Vogeley, Neudesic’s vice president of sales and marketing,  IQ is “a cross between an ideation engine and a Q&A area.”    Much like popular Q&A sites like the StackExchange sites or Yahoo Answers, IQ is designed to help identify experts in different topic areas inside the organization based on their contributed answers to their co-workers’ questions from a variety of interfaces including mobile, browser, or embedded in applications like Microsoft Dynamics CRM.


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