We’ll Let Our Clients Do the Talking
We’re proud to say that some of the most innovative companies in the world use ThoughtFarmer. Learn how our social intranet software solves real world business challenges.
Who Are Our Clients?
Our social software feels simple, but it’s both powerful and flexible. That’s why ThoughtFarmer is used by companies big and small across a wide variety of industries.
A Few of our Intranet Case Studies
Read how ThoughtFarmer's social software is being used to build connections, improve productivity, and increase engagement in complex organizations.
URC-CHS tackles problems like malaria and HIV. ThoughtFarmer helps their 800 people in 40 countries find the right information at the right time.See how we helped URC-CHS
From a KPI dashboard to a “Shout-Outs” section, FBB uses ThoughtFarmer to engage employees. Find out how.See how we helped FBB
89% of Mountain Equipment Co-op’s 1500 employees use ThoughtFarmer weekly — even though they don’t sit in front of computers. Find out why.See how we helped MEC
See why USGS uses ThoughtFarmer’s social intranet software as the go-to resource for USGS Nevada Water Sciences.See how we helped USGS
How Continuum used a social intranet to connect five global offices, spanning three continents.See how we helped Continuum
How Entropic used their intranet to unite mergers and acquisitions, and foster knowledge sharing.See how we helped Entropic
How eHarmony used ThoughtFarmer to improve their workplace through collaboration and open communication.See how we helped eHarmony
How resort developers Intrawest used ThoughtFarmer’s social intranet software to save money through open collaboration and improved communication.See how we helped Intrawest
How a 200 year-old limestone mining company benefits from Enterprise 2.0 technology.See how we helped Graymont
What are our customers saying about us?
Toby Sherman, Common Ground
Ryan Gruss, Continuum
Gentry Underwood, IDEO
Richard Hamlin, CIO, Farm Bureau Bank
Vanessa Carrington, Internal Communications,
Mountain Equipment Co-op
Bevin Hernandez, Penn State University Outreach
Georgette Parsons, Mountain Equipment Co-op