Thoughtstream rockets to success

By Contributor
March 14th, 2013

Thoughtstream, a comprehensive online stakeholder engagement system, makes the Rocket Builders 11th annual Ready to Rocket list. The list names 25 private BC companies positioned for growth in the rapidly growing information and communications technology sector.

The evolution of the online survey, Thoughtstream supports leaders to engage their communities as they make critical decisions. The software allows diverse communities to contribute individual thoughts on an issue and then arrive at a shared understanding by collectively assigning value to those thoughts.

“We are thrilled to be considered one of the top new BC companies by the well respected Rocket Builders,” said Jim Firstbrook, Thoughtstream CEO. “Our solutions provide decision-makers with qualitative answers to their specific issues, creating buy in with stakeholders, building trust and informing strategic decision-making. Inclusion in the Ready to Rocket 2013 list helps position us for success.”

Ready to Rocket is a unique business recognition list that profiles technology companies with the greatest potential for revenue growth. Each year, based on analysis of trends that will drive growth in the information technology sector, Rocket Builders identifies the top private companies that are best positioned to capitalize on the trends for growth. This selection methodology has been an accurate predictor of growth with “Ready to Rocket” companies exceeding the industry growth rate. Also, many of these companies raise investment capital and each year many of the profiled “Ready to Rocket’ companies are acquired. www.readytorocket.com

“Each year when we choose the Ready to Rocket companies, we are looking for those companies that have best matched technical innovation with market opportunity. Thoughtstream is an excellent example of the right technology for the right customers at the right time.” said Reg Nordman, Managing Partner, Rocket Builders.

Thoughtstream is a software and consulting company committed to building and supporting a comprehensive online system for stakeholder engagement. Thoughtstream was founded in 2009 by innovative software developer Jim Firstbrook, highly respected business leader Amos Michelson and charismatic community engagement consultant Dave MacLeod. They shared a belief that powerful online tools could be developed to leverage the power of the internet to resolve challenges by making meaningful group interactions efficient, inclusive and insightful. Thoughtstream is designed and owned by Fulcrum Management Solutions Inc. www.thoughtstream.ca

This article is a press release from Thoughtstream.

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