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Prediction Markets in Enterprise 2.0

ZDNet.com has an article up about 12 predictions for Enterprise Web 2.0 in 2008 that features prediction markets or as they are calling them "Collective intelligence platforms and enterprise decision management support applications":

8. Collective intelligence platforms and enterprise decision management support applications will see significant early adoption this year. Prediction markets, such as those from Inkling Markets and Consensus Point, began to get on business leader’s radar in 2007 and are poised for early growth this year and are ostensibly the end game of “real” Web 2.0 applications: harnessing the intelligence on the edge of our networks. Predictions from companies like Gartner are also putting a lot of stock in enterprise decision management (EDM) this year but both will see only early adoption this year with 2009 being the primary growth year.

I highlight this here because we've been watching this space of the market and haven't been sitting idly by while it happens. Hopefully we'll have more to report shortly.

Check out the rest of the article, it's an interesting read.


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