Enterprise 2.0 Launchpad offers early-stage companies a chance to shine. In a gong-show like presentation series, the four finalists took to the stage to battle it out for the title of best newcomer.We're half way through the Enterprise 2.0 Conference and ReadWriteWeb has been fortunate enough to witness some of the enterprise community's brightest new stars.
The Garland Group: The Garland Group offers financial institutions and banks the chance to assess their risk via a web-based management software. RiskKey offers monitoring, tracking and support to boards and advisors. As of today, the company has launched a new stats program where users can compare similar companies in order to mitigate risk across industries.
Twiki: Twiki allows users to aggregate their sales pipeline, wikis, contacts, employee status updates, documents and feeds into one easy-to-use dashboard. It's a combination Facebook and iGoogle for the enterprise. The company recently announced a partnership with ChinaSource to bring collaborative 2.0 technologies to Chinese government agencies, enterprises and academic institutions.
XWiki: XWiki is a web-based wiki platform where users access a basic WYSIWYG editor for team collaboration. The service allows users to manage multiple team wikis, install customized applications, build work-related feed readers and carve out collaborative workflow environments.