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The Opportunity for Crowdsourcing in Check Processing
document Cloud LaborCategory-focused Research

This research report is a part of the CsFactor™ series of analyses of crowdsourcing opportunities in the enterprise market. It analyzes the crowdsourcing opportunities in the Check Processing (CP)...

About This Research
Key Messages
Key Check Processing
1. CsFactor Analysis
2. Process Map And Cost Structure Analysis
3. Crowdsourcing Opportunity Estimate
Implications For Market Stakeholders

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Crowdsourcing.orgMar 08, 2012 09:05 pm GMT10697 views
$250Research Report
Trada Enhances Global Payment and Compliance Processes Using Tipalti's SaaS Solution
document Cloud Labor

Before implementing the Tipalti solution, Trada found that making mass payments worldwide and complying with OFAC regulations was becoming more time-consuming and burdensome as the company...

Benjamin FosselApr 03, 2013 05:28 am GMT2033 views
Trada Enhances Global Payment and Compliance Processes Using Tipalti's SaaS Solution
Article One Partners Uses Tipalti's Global Payment Solution To Streamline Payment Process for Crowdsourced Team
document Distributed Knowledge, Tools

By using the Tipalti global payment engine, Article One Partners has achieved greater scalability, expanding its international research community and improving researcher satisfaction by reducing...

Sebastian BlancaApr 23, 2013 12:37 pm GMT1808 views
Article One Partners Uses Tipalti's Global Payment Solution To Streamline Payment Process for Crowdsourced Team
The future for "labor-on-demand" crowdsourcing models

In my last post Crowdsourcing Implications for Medium and Large Businesses, I looked at some of the other uses of crowdsourcing beyond the more targeted applications that are being readily adopted by home-office entrepreneurs and small businesses. These included examples in the areas of open-innovation and customer engagement. Another crowdsourcing opportunity relates to the selective out-tasking of highly repetitive, high volume work to a distributed online, on-demand workforce.


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Carl EspostiDec 13, 2010 11:40 pm GMT5157 views
Twitter Sentiment Analysis Crowdsourced: 2011 SXSW Interactive

sxsw-banner South by Southwest (SXSW) is the annual opportunity for startups across art and technology to prove themselves or, more often than not, generate buzz in the attempt. Whether you’re checking out the latest surf rock 3-piece or organizing drinks via group text, SXSW generates chatter – and a lot of it.  We couldn’t resist the lure of participation, albeit from across the country, so we decided to turn our developing Pulse technology, for analyzing social sentiment, on the interactive portion of the event. We focused on something a little different, though…

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Michael MelchiorMar 22, 2011 06:32 am GMT5129 views

Quality promoters were also on display at the Birmingham Bullring where the Unilever brand Comfort was in action for a promotion created by RPM and with staff from N2O. Their field agent enjoyed a...

Fritz SchaeferJul 20, 2011 02:03 pm GMT1712 views
How to Improve the Performance of the Crowd in Crowdsourced Projects
Crowd Creativity, Distributed Knowledge

Crowdsourcing is becoming an integral part of how enterprises conduct their research, product development, execution and marketing. Over the past twenty years most companies have had at least one eye on making their processes more efficient.

We shouldn't get so caught up in the buzz around crowdsourcing that we overlook how to talk about it as a process that needs refining. So how do we go about making crowdsourcing more efficient, more productive or just plain better?

There is a way to do this – more than one way, no doubt.

First, we need to think of the parameters.

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Jonathan LakinSep 21, 2011 10:56 pm GMT15484 views
Thanks to Crowdsourced Translation, LearnBoost Now Available in Spanish

LearnBoost provides free all-in-one solution, allows teachers to manage their classroom by offering an amazing gradebook, software for managing and creating lesson plans,tracking...

Fritz SchaeferOct 08, 2011 05:05 am GMT3437 views
Thanks to Crowdsourced Translation, LearnBoost Now Available in Spanish
CrowdConf2011: Enterprise Use Case Framework
Cloud Labor, Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

Many of you will recognize’s “Crowdsourcing Industry Landscape” infographic — we published our updated November 2011 release a couple of days ago. This is the third generation of our taxonomy, which we first launched at CrowdConf2010. (More details on our revised industry taxonomy are available here.)

This taxonomy is broad, covering the primary categories where crowdsourcing can be applied from a high, distant perspective. For the last six months, however, we have undertaken detailed research initiatives with a number of leading crowdsourcing providers as well performing our own research where we looked at over 2,500 crowdsourcing use cases. This has resulted in the development of our Enterprise Use Case Framework.

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Crowdsourcing.orgNov 03, 2011 05:44 pm GMT6261 views
290's First Green Projects Reach Funding Goals

This week, crowdfunding platform delivered its first check to a fully-funded project that met its goal using the new site.

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Eric MackDec 29, 2011 04:46 pm GMT2552 views
The cloud: Where bright ideas come to life
Open Innovation, Tools

In these turbulent economic times, companies ought to capitalize on every good idea generated inside — or, increasingly often, outside — their office walls. With its cloud-based innovation software, Brightidea strives to make that happen. Brightidea’s flexibility distinguishes its offerings from other innovation tools and platforms: it works for private and public crowds alike. As a result, a wide range of companies, charities and government entities use the software provider’s wares to facilitate their innovation processes. We spoke with Janelle Noble, Brightidea’s marketing director, to learn more about the past, present and future of Brightidea's take on cloud-based innovation.

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Eric BlattbergJan 12, 2012 12:17 am GMT10865 views
From Idea to Law: A JOBS Act Discussion with Startup Exemption’s Sherwood Neiss (Part 1)

This past Thursday, President Obama signed the JOBS Act, legalizing crowdfund investing in the United States. Although numerous people influenced the legislative process surrounding crowdfunding and JOBS Act, Sherwood Neiss and his fellow Startup Exemption co-founders were central figures in that process. The bill would not have passed — in fact, would not even exist — if not for the tireless efforts of these three individuals over the last 15 months. Neiss and his partners crafted the original crowdfund investing framework (which remains largely unchanged in the final JOBS Act), testified at two Congressional hearings surrounding access to capital for entrepreneurs, and lobbied vigorously on Capitol Hill for the ideal implementation and passage of a crowdfund investing bill. Eric Blattberg of recently spoke with Sherwood Neiss about all things JOBS Act: its conceptualization, the legislative process, its ultimate passage, its benefits and potential drawbacks, its media reception and much more.

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Eric BlattbergApr 09, 2012 10:35 am GMT16808 views
Crowdsourcing Contribution to the Innovation Process

This video would present what I have done so far with my thesis. To get a grasp of the current state of my thesis, please check this link:...

Behrad MirafsharApr 30, 2012 10:57 am GMT2394 views
Crowdsourcing Contribution to the Innovation Process
The JOBS Act: Economic Boon or Peril?

Signed into law by President Obama on April 5, the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act legalizes crowdfund investing in the United States. When the Securities and Exchange Commission’s nine-month legislative review process concludes, entrepreneurs across the country will be able to solicit and collect investments for their startups and small businesses via the Internet. But is the JOBS Act a beneficial piece of legislation for the average American? The bill’s ardent supporters argue it will democratize finance for the 99 percent and ameliorate the United States’ sputtering economy, while its loudest critics claim it will pave the way for another financial crisis. Whether the JOBS Act improves or depresses the American economy, it will fundamentally alter the country’s business ecosystem. It is, as President Obama called it, a “game-changer.”

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Eric BlattbergApr 30, 2012 09:05 pm GMT14725 views
Suggested Investor Protections for Equity Crowdfunding

This post is the first in a series from David Drake, a founding board member of
Crowdfund Intermediary Regulatory Advocates or CfIRA, designed to address some of the common issues, questions and concerns around the JOBS Act, which legalizes crowdfunding for equity in the United States beginning next year, after the SEC completes its rulemaking process.

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Crowdsourcing.orgJun 01, 2012 02:30 pm GMT3368 views
New York Startup: PubSlush Crowdfunding Book Publishing For Good

According to Amanda Barbara, Development Director at PubSlush: "Pubslush will allow authors, agents, and publishers to trend towards a more informed publishing process. Publishing is such...

Marco TorquatiAug 04, 2012 08:35 am GMT2125 views
New York Startup: PubSlush Crowdfunding Book Publishing For Good
FunkKit - Stickers for Sneakers Blog

FunkKit's stickers for sneakers allow you to customize your sneakers in 3 simple steps. FunkKit’s stickers are flexible, thin, and ultra-durable and the best part - removable! This cost...

LeeAug 19, 2012 12:25 pm GMT1986 views
FunkKit - Stickers for Sneakers Blog
From the Crowd Podcast: IPO Village and Crowdfunding IPOs

In this latest installment of's From the Crowd podcast, Eric Mack speaks with Daniel Hirsch of First Line Capital, which is working with IPO Village to democratize the process of investing in IPOs and offering a means of using crowdfunding to open up initial public offerings on the Nasdaq exchange soon.

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Eric MackAug 22, 2012 05:36 pm GMT4035 views
Innovating for Children: A Discussion with UNICEF Change and Development Manager Paul Molinaro
Open Innovation

A few weeks ago, we wrote about an open innovation initiative being undertaken by UNICEF, the United Nations agency charged with improving the lives of children worldwide. Intrigued by the story, we decided to follow up with the folks over at UNICEF to see how the initiative came about and what the goals are. We spoke with Paul Molinaro, senior manager of change and development at UNICEF’s Copenhagen office – check out the conversation after the jump.

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Anton RootSep 26, 2012 11:52 pm GMT31462 views
How the Internet Will (One Day) Transform Government [Video]
Distributed Knowledge

There has been a lot of buzz recently about governments using crowdsourcing to form laws. Internet guru and NYU professor Clay Shirky recently gave a TED Talk on what crowdsourcing can mean for lawmakers. We highlight a few examples of crowdsourced government initiatives and share Shirky's insightful talk.

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Anton RootSep 28, 2012 05:11 pm GMT4425 views
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