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EVP Sales of MindTouch. Mark has advised many start ups including a social networking site that was sold to Barry Diller's IAC.  Before joining MindTouch, Mark led global sales efforts as an Executive Vice President for a publicly traded company, headed sales efforts for a technology division of AT Kearney and EDS, and served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for a Singapore based corporation. Mark blogs at Seek Omega

5 responses to “Enterprise 2.0 Trends: Which vendors are in the running?”

  1. David Terrar

    This is a very short list. There are probably around 70 or 80 companies that would be worth tracking in the E20 space.

  2. Mark Fidelman

    Thanks David, can you please add to the list in the comments here? Some of the E2.0 companies were not mentioned due to low traffic or because it was impossible to discern subdomain traffic.

  3. wileyccoyote

    Decent list to start, Mark. Thanks for sharing. May I add INgage Networks (formerly Neighborhood America) to the list? Established in 1999, we’re one of the oldest Enterprise 2.0 vendors that is also considered a thought-leader in the Gov 2.0 space as well. Feel free to point your readers to our online library of ROI case studies and white papers (http://www.ingagenetworks.com/resources)and what analysts say about our service and proven platform: http://www.ingagenetworks.com/analysts.

  4. Mark Fidelman

    Thanks Wiley. I’ll publish a larger list in the next month or so. Currently I am buried by a new product launch.

  5. Jane Hagen

    Mark, I am the VP Marketing for GroveSite, one of the ‘vendors to watch’ in your list. I know what you mean about being buried in a product launch. We have a new relational database product to be announced soon – , an easier more affordable alternative to Quickbase. In addition, users will be able to add other capabilities from the GroveSite collaborative toolkit: file sharing, project management, issue tracking, wiki web pages and so forth. Our market includes some of the big-name retailers/manufacturers of consumer products who use GroveSite to collaborate with overseas vendors and manufacturing locations. They especially will have immediate need for a customizable relational database to track merchandise samples and so forth. Thanks for including http://www.grovesite.com in your list.