Forbes.coms Org Chart Wiki Proves Very Popular

NEW YORK--()--In the first week of beta release, Forbes.coms Corporate Org Chart Wiki, available at http://orgchart.forbes.com, is off to a very successful start.

As announced last week, this collaborative Web application lets anyone with Internet access update or create company organization charts. In addition to the large volume of positive customer feedback received by Forbes.com, some highlights from the first week:

  • There are now more than 7,500 charts with employee data
  • The 10 most popular org charts since launch, in order of popularity, are:
        1. Google, Inc. (GOOG)
        2. Microsoft Corp. (MSFT)
        3. Apple, Inc. (AAPL)
        4. Intel Corp. (INTC)
        5. Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO)
        6. Wal-Mart (WMT)
        7. Dell, Inc. (DELL)
        8. General Electric Co. (GE)
        9. Yahoo!, Inc. (YHOO)
        10. Ford Motor Co. (F)

Were very pleased by the impressive start and positive reaction to the Forbes.com Org Chart Wiki, said Jim Spanfeller, Forbes.com President and CEO. Weve learned a lot from our first-week users, and were working now to enhance the product. This will be an ongoing effort as we strive to serve all of our customers needs.

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Debbie Weathers, 212-366-8848
dweathers@forbes.net

Contacts

Forbes.com
Debbie Weathers, 212-366-8848
dweathers@forbes.net