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How companies are powering Innovation through open source technology

Open doors with Open Innovation

The most forward-thinking companies are embracing Open Innovation (OI) for a reason – it’s effective, agile and enables organizations to bring together the smartest people in the world.

Economist Impact’s Open Innovation Barometer

In an era of labor scarcity and accelerating digitalization, organizations are turning to OI to achieve strategic goals. Yet there’s a wide spectrum of approaches. To understand how companies are using open source technology as part of their OI strategy, the Economist surveyed senior executives across three major markets across the globe.

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Find out which verticals and geographies are the most advanced in their adoption of OI


Discover the key similarities among the successful organizations leveraging open source technology


Learn about real-life examples, such as Pfizer and BioNtech’s collaboration on the COVID-19 vaccine

The Open Innovation Barometer: How does your organization stack Up?

The Open Innovation Barometer is a self-assessment benchmarking tool to help evaluate how your organization compares to other organizations in its OI readiness and plans.