From our conversations with Fortune 500 companies in the last few months, leading up to Crowdopolis (Now only a week away), we know that Fortune 500 businesses are starting to understand the power of crowdsourcing. Many of them have already begun to employ microtasking, open-innovation, and other crowd-focused programs, and we know they are eager to learn more and do more of this, and of course, do it better.
Daily Crowdsource is eager to hear from our fortune 100 speakers: Nokia, Amazon, Kimberly Clark, and General Electric. On July 19th in Los Angeles, at Crowdopolis, these companies will share their stories, case-studies, challenges, philosophies of crowdsourcing with the audience, and explain how and why they were able to improve their business's work-flow and accelerate their innovation using the power of the crowd.
But, we don't just want to listen; we are also eager to talk with our Fortune 500 attendees to get a deeper look at how they using enterprise crowdsourcing and how they plan to go forward.
Our attendees include some dynamic giants including Amazon, Ebay, Microsoft, Hitachi, Cisco Systems, Xerox, Avery Dennison, and Panasonic, so we know the conversation ought to be good! From computational-linguistics projects to cleaning up databases, and from customer service to open innovation, these companies are on the cutting edge of crowdsourced problem solving. And, we are eager to connect these forward thinking professionals.
We would also like to share our knowledge and perspective as researchers and experts on the topic. In the end, we will all have an idea about how to prepare for a future of "the crowd".
Want a sneak peek at the future? Here's one, a chart from our microtasking market report detailing the growth of microtasking in the past four years. In 2010, the number of completed microtasks grew 496%. In 2011 and 2012, this area continues to grow, and because of enterprise crowdsourcing, shows no sign of stopping.
At Daily Crowdsource, we know the future. And, in the future, crowdsourcing is the backbone of innovation and enterprise businesses. Will you join us in preparing for this future today?
Crowdopolis is next Thursday, July 19th in Los Angeles, and we are reaching the limits of our capacity for the conference, but we still have some tickets left.
Want to chat with Fortune 500 employees that have crowdsourcing on their brains? Click here to grab your ticket before it's too late.