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20th November 2011

Chaordix And Intersol Announce Strategic Partnership

chaordixCrowdsource market intelligence company Chaordix™ has announced a new strategic partnership with Canadian company Intersol Group Ltd., a business consultancy firm with consultants located across Canada. This newly formed alliance is part of Chaordix’ overall strategy to strengthen its involvement in Canada.

“Intersol is highly regarded in both Ottawa and the Canadian market and has a tremendous amount of experience as a facilitator within a wide variety of market sectors,” said Shelley Kuipers, CEO of Chaordix. “Weintersol believe Intersol’s competencies are a perfect compliment to our Chaordix’ Crowd Intelligence™ programs and will offer our mutual clients an even greater breadth of service. Chaordix is dramatically changing how companies connect with their stakeholders to build business value and competitive advantage by applying its understanding of crowd behaviour.”

Together Chaordix and Intersol have the experience, technology and methods to design and implement effective crowdsourcing programs for any private, public or government organization. Whether the need is public consultation and engagement for urban planning and solutions to social issues, or to connect for-profit enterprises with their customers and partners for co-creation of new products or deeper market insight, Chaordix and Intersol can provide the expert services, online collaboration technology and program management to ensure a successful outcome.

“We’re excited to team up with a globally successful Canadian partner, harness crowdsourcing and take our clients to the next level of online collaboration,” added Carlo Aiello, CEO of Intersol. “In these tough economic times, clients are doubly challenged to make the most of time and money. This partnership will help accelerate innovation by plugging clients directly into the wisdom of the crowd.”

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