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The Ideas Forum is your space for logging and managing product enhancement ideas. You can view, vote and comment on existing ideas, and even submit new ideas.
Frequently Asked Questions
Simply contact your Account Manager and request an invitation then follow the account creation process within the email and start contributing!
No... all ideas will be considered at the product analysis phase before we plan any development.
You’re welcome to submit any product ideas, however bespoke work is still available via KxSupport and may be a more suitable solution for things like custom reports.
Simply log an “Ideas Forum” request on KxSupport and a member of the Products Team will be in touch.
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This month, October 2020, is full of exciting changes for Kinetic! We’re delighted to give a warm welcome to our new Head of Products – Adam Calladine. Adam has great experience and a breadth of knowledge that will help Kinetic take our products to the next level on the route of innovation. Adam has…Read More
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