Thank you for taking our survey. Your input is extremely valuable and helps your peers make better decisions and technology suppliers build better products.
We'd like to invite you to participate in future Wikibon surveys and other activities that are exclusive to IT practitioners. Our "Inner Circle" is a group of Wikibon advisers that shares information with peers and in return receives compensation and valuable research.
What is Wikibon?
Wikibon is an independent, rapidly growing community of more than 15,000 IT decision makers, technology practitioners, industry analysts, consultants and subject matter experts. We are dedicated to solving technology and business problems through an open sharing of free advisory knowledge. Wikibon is a next generation, peer-to-peer collaboration platform that uses Web 2.0 and social media to exchange information about the evaluation, adoption, implementation and cost of technology and its impact on enterprises. It’s a model we call Analyst 2.0.
Why should you participate?
Prior to acquiring, hardware, software or services, enterprise users from entities large and small develop market intelligence profiles on vendors and solution providers they are considering. These profiles are derived from many sources including research done through the web to review analyst reports, technical blogs, user testimonials, sifting through vendor hype and the like. In addition, many firms use trusted advisers or consultants to help develop short lists of potential solution providers. Most firms check vendor references and have an informal network of peers they can rely on for feedback.
Wikibon uses the power of community to supercharge the vendor evaluation process by sifting through huge volumes of information and simplifying it for our members. The collective peer group offers expert analysis, subject matter expertise and insights to improve decision-making, while extending your network well beyond your capacity to do so on your own.
How can you participate?
The level of participation is entirely up to the individual and, if desired, anonymity is guaranteed in a secure online environment.
Open Access Membership - where any user can join and access the public Web site
Open Access Membership is free of charge
What will you get?
Open Access Members gain admission to all Wikibon Research Portals, Groups, Peers Incite Research Meetings, Research Notes and Peer Connection services on the public site.
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