Managers in large corporations are often too detached from day-to-day operations to be aware of the small changes that can make a great difference. Hence, they need input from their employees – but unfortunately many companies have no procedure for submitting ideas, while others have procedures so complicated and bureaucratic that only the most tenacious persevere. In 2015, the three founders of Ideanote, Jesper Juel Jensen, Andreas Mehlsen and Rune Mehlsen, set forward to change this by creating the Ideanote service. “We began by talking to lots of employees, asking them what the problem was when it comes to contributing ideas,” explains Jensen.