Currently nedwise initiated and designed several new online applications including:

iAgenda and DAgenda

iAgenda was launched in 2003 and was one of the first online calendar systems. It has currently over 30.000 users in the Netherlands. DAgenda is the business edition of iAgenda, which is used by many small and medium enterprises from the Netherlands and Belgium. We are currently working on a redesign of DAgenda and a version focussed on healthcare industry clients. |


Reluzu is the answer to the chaos: so many people, phone calls, emails, notes, follow-ups, etc. Who is this person again? When did we last speak? What did we talk about? Has anyone else in my company talked to this person? Reluzu keeps track of all your relationships. Reluzu currently in beta phase and we are testing the application with multiple companies. Official release is expected july 2010.


The Innomediary web application is part of the research that nedwise and the Erasmus University Rotterdam do on the topic of "crowdsourcing". This relatively new phenomenon allows an organization to incorporate knowledge from outside of its boundaries in, for example, its innovation processes by asking individuals to contribute ideas for new products and/or services, designs, commercials, etc. Innomediary has been used by many organizations including Capgemini Consulting, Nokia, Port of Rotterdam and Com·wonen.


Urbika is a new online community launched february, 2010. It is a city development projects encyclopedia, written collaboratively by the people who use it. At this community members keep each other updated on architectural projects by using Google Maps overviews. All kinds of projects are shared from the newest skyscrapers in New York to a renovated park in a small village.


Scrabbin is an online community where members find tandem partners for a language exchange. A language exchange is when two or more people who speak different languages are practicing each other's language. For example, an English speaker who is learning German will do a language exchange with a German speaker who is learning English. Scrabbin is especially popular in Berlin, Germany.