Business professionals can now make better decisions based on insights from within their organizations, thanks to a new platform named “waggl.”
Waggl enables users to share a question and engage a group of people (like employees) with a process where ideas are shared and voted on by peers. For example, users can leverage waggl to send a question to a targeted group of people who answer the question anonymously. Then, waggl leverages a pairing algorithm to deliver two anonymous answers at a time back to the group who then votes on the best responses. These insights are collected and featured on a real-time leaderboard that details the top crowdsourced responses. It is also important to note that the platform works across desktop, mobile and tablet devices.
“Knowledge is arguably an organization’s most valuable asset, yet it’s locked away in the minds of customers, employees and unwieldy data systems,” said Michael Papay, CEO at waggl. “We’re all about human search for the organization; it enables individuals to rapidly and effectively tap into groups of all kinds, collect powerful insights and engage people in a fun, real-time process that drives the best ideas to the top – there’s truly nothing like it.”