RevelX Deepens Its Innovation Offerings with Qmarkets Technology

RevelX has partnered with Qmarkets, an American provider of platforms and tools that help companies innovate like start-ups.

As part of the partnership, RevelX will integrate Qmarkets’ portfolio of solutions into its innovation offerings, enabling the Dutch-based consultancy to provide “better advice” to its clients and help them develop “Innovation Excellence” throughout their business.

Qmarkets currently markets four tools: Q-Ideate (a lifecycle idea management platform), Q-Scout (a tool that manages the M&A portfolio), Q-Trend (a tool that provides information on relevant innovation trends), and Q-Optimze (a tool that promotes operational excellence and continuous improvement).

Over the past period, RevelX has already applied Qmarkets’ portfolio to a number of clients, and based on the positive experience, the consultancy firm has now formalized its partnership status.

“Qmarkets has helped us add much more value for our clients in their innovation processes, resulting in exponential improvement in innovation performance. Many of our clients are ready to take their innovation efforts to the next level. superior – together we will create highly transparent, collaborative and manageable processes to support our clients’ innovation goals,” said Eric de Groot, founding partner of RevelX.

Meanwhile, the partnership will see Qmarkets add RevelX to its network of “recommended vendors”, which already includes Deloitte, Grant Thornton, Point B and around 50 other consultancies around the world. “We will introduce our clients to the growth experts at RevelX to offer them best-in-class strategic advisory services,” said Michael Stilger, co-founder of Qmarkets.

Founded in 2014 in Amsterdam, RevelX specializes in growth strategy and innovation work. The firm has a team of 20 consultants and has worked for clients such as Accell, ASML, PostNL, Volvo.

Further reading: Innovation capabilities must be upgraded to avoid disruption (RevelX study).

“This partnership has enormous potential. By joining forces, we will help organizations around the world define and execute their innovation strategies,” added Stilger.

Companies using Qmarkets include Ab InBev, Ford, Lufthansa, Intel, Nestlé, Philip Morris International and UniCredit. Founded in 2006 in Connecticut, Qmarkets is backed by venture capitalists.

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