IdeaScale Acquiring Ideavibes for Canadian Presence

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IdeaScale, a widely used open innovation software provider, today announced its intended acquisition of Ideavibes, a Canadian crowdsourcing platform.

The mission of Ideavibes has been to offer accessible crowdsourcing organizations, brands, and cities in order to foster innovation. Ideavibes has served corporate and government clients such as TELUS, Canada Council for the Arts, the City of Ottawa, the Ottawa Public Library, and many others.

“Ideavibes has built a tremendous product and developed a proven methodology that we are proud to welcome into the IdeaScale family,” said Rob Hoehn, CEO of IdeaScale, “The Ideavibes platform already offers amazing embeddable capabilities that tally with IdeaScale’s mission to innovate everywhere at every level.”

Paul Dombowsky, CEO of Ideavibes said, “We’re thrilled to join IdeaScale, a long-time player in the innovation market. Their approach to engagement and innovation along with their mature product offering will continue to make innovation easier for organizations and deliver on ideas that can have a positive impact on the world.”

Addressing privacy concerns from many international companies about storing data on servers located in the United States, IdeaScale will now be offering servers and an established presence in Canada as it continues to build a more comprehensive presence worldwide in Europe, Asia, and elsewhere.

Rob Hoehn is the co-founder and CEO of IdeaScale. Prior to that, he was the vice president of client services at Survey Analytics.

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