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We founded Rypple in 2008 with the idea that social applications were going to change how people worked together. We kept hearing that the static, top-down, compliance-based technology then available in the marketplace didn’t help companies engage and empower their people to do great work and achieve business results. And we wanted to re-invent management… Read on »

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Yesterday, our Senior Manager of Customer Success Meghan Gendelman and our VP of Product Management Maksim Ovsyannikov led a live demo and Q&A for our new Social Goals 2.0 tool, an easy, social way to deliver the results that matter. You can check out a video from the demo and see the slides below. Meghan… Read on »

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How does social performance management software help collaborative teams get the most out of work? Yesterday, our VP Product Management, Maksim Ovsyannikov, joined Sanjay Mathur of LiveOps on a panel at GigaOM’s annual Net:Work 2011 conference to give some insights on how to engage and motivate collaborative teams.  The panel focused on how feedback loops… Read on »

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Later this week, Rypple is returning to Net:Work, GigaOM’s annual confab about the way technology is changing business. At last year’s event, Rypple was chosen as a finalist for GigaOM’s Future Ideas Launchpad along with a handful of other innovative cloud-based startups (Cohuman Egnyte, Mainsoft, TimeTrade, TokBox, WANTED Technologies and WatchDox). A lot has changed at Rypple in the last year. This week,… Read on »