TechCrunch - Waggl Takes On Enterprise Polling

April 30, 2014 -- At Waggl, executives can post queries to their employees for internal discussion through the service, and then have users determine what responses are the best through a enterprise polling mechanism.


Launched in February as a spin-out from Fort Hill Company, Waggl is backed by a slew of individual investors including Jeff Snipes, founder and chief executive of Ninth House; Robert Hohman, the former president of Hotwire and founder of Glassdoor; James Gutierrez, the founder of Progreso Financiero; Ignace Goethals, a president of Smithkline Beecham’s animal health group; and Joe Abrams, a co-founder of Software Toolworks and Intermix, who joins the company as a director.

Companies and organizations that have signed up for the service include, Sanofi, Kaiser Permanente, and the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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