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NineSigma Evolves Global Open Innovation through Social Media Platform, NineSights
Date:6/19/2013

CLEVELAND, June 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- NineSigma, Inc., of Cleveland, today announced that a year following its launch, NineSights.com is now the innovation engine for the company and a focal point for the worldwide community of innovators.

From technology developers, to chemical researchers, to climate and environmental sustainability experts, NineSights stands out for its large community of innovators in an extremely broad range of scientific and technical disciplines, all vetted by NineSigma. The community is free to join and continues to grow rapidly as new needs and opportunities are added to the site. The user base is on track to more than quadruple in 2013. 

NineSights helps NineSigma's clients centralize and manage all of their Open Innovation activities, from Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and Expert Panels, to Innovation Galleries that highlight companies' needs, and Grand Challenges that galvanize experts to tackle the biggest issues affecting humankind. It is designed to accelerate global innovation by providing a platform for direct collaboration between solution seekers and providers, 24x7.

NineSigma CEO Andy Zynga said, "Some of our clients have tried different methods and networks for outreach, but have been unable to attract quality solutions and ideas that lead to further collaboration. We are now able to give our clients direct access to our vast 'global network of networks' and deliver to them actionable responses that can help them achieve their goals. Our clients have responded to the launch of NineSights by overwhelmingly demanding managed services from NineSigma which we can support through the platform."

NineSights enables productive business relationships between innovators of all sizes. It is quickly becoming the world's innovation mark
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