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DEFINITION: Crowdcasting is a problem-solving and idea-generating tactic in which a corporation disseminates details of a specific problem or situation to a carefully chosen group of people for possible solutions. The process is often conducted as a contest. The results may be used to resolve difficult or complex development and marketing issues. Typically, the selected target group in a crowdcast is well-educated  … 
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Sybase Video: Complex Event Processing for Continuous Intelligence
sponsored by Sybase, an SAP company
VIDEO: Discover how Sybase uses Complex Event Processing to help financial services companies capitalize on critical opportunities as they happen. This real-time Continuous Intelligence delivers actionable insights to enable informed decisions that can increase revenue, solve customer problems and reduce risk.
Posted: 08 Jul 2011 | Premiered: 08 Jul 2011

Sybase, an SAP company

Warehousing Podcast Series
sponsored by IBM
PODCAST: Listen to a series of short podcasts available for InfoSphere Warehousing and IBM Smart Analytics System to learn about all the benefits of the IBM approach.
Posted: 17 Mar 2011 | Premiered: Mar 17, 2011

IBM

How Do You Score? Silverpop's Benchmark Study of B2B Lead Management Practices
sponsored by Vtrenz, Inc
WEBCAST: Listen to this webinar and learn how to grab a peek at your competitors marketing results. It also discusses lead growth, form completion rate, email performance metrics, channels, and best practices.
Posted: 20 Aug 2008 | Premiered: Aug 20, 2008

Vtrenz, Inc
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MARKET RESEARCH DEFINITION (continued): …  but not part of the culture of the corporation seeking the solution. Such a group may consist of consumers who buy the company's products or services but who have no other connection with the company or its affiliates. When the event is a competition, these people are treated as contestants. The most creative or promising solutions, as determined by a set of judges, win the contest. Cash prizes generate an incentive for participants to take the contest seriously.Crowdcasting has been proven to stimulate the evolution of products, processes, technologies, services or trademarks that executives … 

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