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Surging Demand for Innovation Services Leads to Record Expansion for NineSigma
Date:12/9/2011

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As demand for its services continues to rise, NineSigma has also opened locations in closer proximity to its worldwide client base. The company opened a Japanese headquarters five years ago, a European headquarters three years ago, and an Australian office this year.

Founded in 2000, NineSigma helped to pioneer the strategy of Open Innovation (OI), where organizations "connect with the world" for knowledge and solution providers who will accelerate their innovation cycle -- whether to achieve a competitive advantage with a breakthrough product, or to solve a pressing global challenge, such as the eradication of AIDS. The company's services include fully facilitated technology searches; technology landscaping; design and prototyping of new products; coaching and consulting with innovation leaders and their teams; trend monitoring and strategy; and much more. In its searches for new solution providers, the firm blends a unique approach to defining needs/challenges, reaching across traditional boundaries, and filtering responses to quickly match clients with quality technologies and knowledge that they require.

With $2.5 million in debt financing, secured this year from BlueCrest Capital Finance, L.P., NineSigma is in a position to continue its worldwide growth, and has recently hired a number of new people, as well. They include Vice President of NineSigma Australia Darren Coomber, sales executives Marcel Zillig (Germany), George Vincent (UK), Marcus Brady and Stephen Fanjoy (Canada), plus nine other strategy, sales, and delivery resources across the business.

"Organizations around the world recognize that innovation is vital to our economic future, and we're delighted to contribute to the landscape ahead," added Mr. Zynga.

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