Dudle is an online scheduling application. Users are able to schedule events (such as telephone conferences and meetings) or run opinion polls (for example, to find out which sort of coffee people like the most). Unlike most other similar applications, Dudle offers enhanced access control settings, which minimizes trust assumptions in the polling server.
ConcourseConnect is a social networking platform. You can build social networking sites including corporate intranets, business community add-on sites, enthusiast sites, business or product directory sites (like a chamber of commerce or yellow pages), or even stand-alone Web sites. Features include a full range of Web 2.0 tools: ratings, reviews, wiki, blog, comments, discussion forums, an ideas engine, and more. Users begin by creating a rich profile and joining groups. It is perfect for internal collaboration or as a customer feedback forum. The portal framework allows developers to plug in custom portlets and themes.
Tinypug is a system for building portals that enables innovation communities. The idea is to go beyond one-off statistical surveys (which tend to only verify an existing paradigm) to foster real collaboration and anecdotal feedback from users/customers. A company seeking to gather more feedback on its products usually has to resort to a few existing stand-alone mechanisms such as polls and comments on product listings. But Tinypug puts all of these tools together in one place. It also makes it easier to integrate with call center applications for the active gathering of customer feedback. It's not a content management system as much as it is a feedback management system. It provides in-browser message boards, polls, surveys, and user-submitted ideas with voting. There's also a basic content system that enables you to upload and publish pages and images. You can customize the look of the site using themes and extend its functionality using add-on libraries.