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Qualtrics Reveals Plans to Launch Qualtrics Innovation Exchange

Qualtrics Outlines Vision for Revolutionary Online Marketplace, Creating World's Leading Platform for Business Solutions

SALT LAKE CITY, UT -- (Marketwired) -- 02/20/14 --


News Synopsis
Leading the charge to disrupt the multi-billion-dollar global research industry, Qualtrics today revealed its vision for a revolutionary new service, the Qualtrics Innovation Exchange. This marketplace is an industry first and will help organizations drive innovation efforts by providing 24-hour access to expert content, professional services and turnkey solutions for specific business problems.

An Industry First

  • The Qualtrics Innovation Exchange will be the first searchable website for all things insight-related. Comparable to an app store for business solutions, the Innovation Exchange is a place where thought leaders can create and share best practices, proven methods, and innovative survey designs.
  • Users will be able to upload their own content to the community to contribute ideas and share solutions with other insight professionals.
  • Qualtrics clients will have instant access to all content, technology and integrations for deployment on the Qualtrics platform. New users can also take advantage of this rich resource by creating a free Qualtrics account.
  • With built-in "What's Trending" functionality, Qualtrics Innovation Exchange users can see what others are doing with Qualtrics and access the most popular and useful content to deploy in their own research environment.

Supporting Quote

  • "The Qualtrics Innovation Exchange offers insight seekers a robust collaboration community of the best minds in the business," said Ryan Smith, CEO, Qualtrics. "The only way to be right is by making data-driven decisions, and Qualtrics provides the single technology platform to help organizations do just this. The Innovation Exchange will give our global client base access to the content, the technology and the integrations to drive innovation and deliver critical insights across the enterprise."

Innovation Made Easy
The Qualtrics Innovation Exchange will feature:

  • Expert Content: The Qualtrics Innovation Exchange will offer easy, credible survey solutions to help jumpstart projects. Expert content and survey designs can be downloaded directly from the website into a Qualtrics accounts. It will also help current customers discover new ways to use Qualtrics.

  • Seamless Services: Clients in the Qualtrics ecosystem will have immediate access to expert service providers and partners. Because all of the partners featured in the Qualtrics Innovation Exchange already leverage the Qualtrics platform for research, clients will have full control, access and ownership of any data that research partners gather on a company's behalf. With clients and partners using the same research platform, clients can get a comprehensive, panoramic view of all data and insights, plus the data resides in the client's account

  • Integration Essentials: The Qualtrics Innovation Exchange will allow users to leverage data across the enterprise and avoid data silos. Qualtrics seamlessly integrates with numerous CRM, marketing and other enterprise software systems to create an accurate and comprehensive view of all insight data.

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About Qualtrics
Qualtrics is the world's leading enterprise survey technology provider. Qualtrics makes it easy to capture real-time customer, market and employee insights that inform data-driven business decisions. Enterprises, academic institutions, and government agencies rely on the Qualtrics platform to gather and understand customer satisfaction, NPS, customer experience, brand, market, and employee feedback.

Founded in 2002, Qualtrics serves more than 5,000 enterprises worldwide, including half of the Fortune 100 and 97 of the top 100 business schools. For more information and a free trial, visit www.qualtrics.com.

Media contact:

Christine Randle
Qualtrics
+1.240.291.3074
@Qualtrics
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Miles Daniels
LEWIS PR for Qualtrics
+1.415.432.2400
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