Customer Integration in B2B Open Innovation

Today, almost any B2B claims to be “customer-oriented”. However, only few firms have a rigorous and stringent system that integrates the “best” (B2B) customers into its – where “best” in this context is measured not by volume of sales but by contribution to the ’s innovation. A lot of insight has been generated on how to engage consumers in the innovation process. There is also a growing body of knowledge about how to innovate openly on the R&D side of the innovation process. But little has been written up so far about how to systematically customers in the firm’s system. innovation-3’s Frank Mattes closes this gap by sharing some insights.
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