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What’s the point of seeking ideas and feedback if you’re going to delete ”merge” the ones you don’t like? That’s exactly what Dell is doing with its IdeaStorm web site, which has been set up by the company to solicit ideas and feedback.
blorge.com · 12/15/2015
Can social networks provide business value? In most cases, I'd argue no. Very often, those "Web 2.0" sites are filled with gossip or, even worse, registered user names but no site visitors. Still, there are some prime examples where social networks really ...
Seeking Alpha · 4/1/2008
It is hard to believe that Dell's IdeaStorm site is five years old. (It's Feb 2007 launch was covered by us here.) But harder still to realize was that until last week, the venerated ideation site was getting a bit long in the tooth, even though it has had ...
ReadWrite · 3/26/2012
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Dell announced two new Web sites late last week that allow customers to share and submit ideas and feedback with other Dell users and the company as a whole. Dell announced two new Web sites late last week that allow customers to share and submit …
PC Magazine · 2/20/2007
One of The VAR Guy's favorite web sites is IdeaStorm, a Dell-run forum where readers share business and technology ideas, vote for their favorite reader concepts, and interact with Dell. IdeaStorm has been a huge hit with Dell customers and critics alike.
Var Guy · 3/31/2008
Oh how I wish I'd thought of this - a network effects feedback mechanism from Dell called IdeaStorm. The site itself if pretty fugly but the idea is great and I particularly like the most popular idea so far: Would love the ability to have a clean Vista ...
blogs.msdn.com · 2/17/2007
Dell launches IdeaStorm for Health and Life Sciences, an online community for collective IT-related brainstorming for health care improvement. IdeaStorm comes on the heels of a planned Intel-General Electric collaboration on health care tech and-not ...
eWeek · ByMichelle Maisto · 4/6/2009
Though using online media to cast about for ideas is now fairly commonplace, it wasn’t when Dell launched IdeaStorm in 2007. Since then, the company has fetched 16,000 ideas and implemented close to 500 of them, which averages to about 10 per month.
Mashable · ByTodd Wasserman · 8/25/2011
In what could be an interesting sign of things to come industry wide, Dell today launched a customer relations site called IdeaStorm. Users can submit product and feature requests, policy changes or whatever else they care to share with the Dell community.
TechCrunch · ByLeena Rao · 2/16/2007
In my keynote last week at Web 2.0 Expo New York, I made the comment that, cool as Dell Ideastorm is, the fundamental supply-chain approach behind dell.com is actually a better example of how Web 2.0 applies to the enterprise. I also made the …
O'Reilly Radar · 9/29/2008