Let the crowd identify promising ideas with Storm’s unique prioritization method
gather ideas efficiently
Identify valuable ideas
Increase team buy-in
Specialized in connectivity, Molex has been using Storm every 18 months since 2012.
During each cycle, Molex harvests new product ideas from more than 5,000 engineers across their laboratories and factories in the United States, China, Japan, and South Korea.
By involving everyone in the ideation process, Molex helps ensures the entire company is on board with new product strategies going forward.
Rather than relying solely on the ideas proposed by industrial partners or senior staff, the US Air Force encouraged its youngest geeks to propose innovative projects.
The United States Air Force’s Rapid Reaction Innovation Team (RRIT) used Storm to collect and prioritize the ideas of 2,000 junior engineers at its research lab.
The result? Better drone cameras and a new, much more sensitive radar system.
1. To anticipate problems in complex projects
2. To craft an inclusive company vision
3. To generate innovative solutions to the energy crisis