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We have a methodology and a roadmap involving Global Intelligence but we want to turn it into a powerful application.

Brian Robinson, J.D. Innovative Regulatory Risk Advisors LLC ManagingMember Innovative Regulatory Risk Advisors

February 25th, 2017

We have a methodology and a roadmap related toGlobal Intelligence but we want to turn it into a powerful application for the public and private sectors. Any recommendations ?

Langston Richardson Founder of Startup for Jobseeking Tools + AI

Last updated on February 27th, 2017

Look into providing some sort of middleware application for industries hungry for contextualizing data. Having worked in product companies and during my advertising days, everyone is drowning in data and analytics. Active context is where the biggest need on the planet lies. A great value proposition is to have this be a middleware white label application. Imagine having several SMB or enterprise-level clients to demonstrate this with? For a product you perhaps can market, you might also look into creating a unique value proposition for your user interface. Perhaps looking into some sort of contextual/conversational UI. That way, you can have more than a B2B platform play for developing various businesses off of your global intelligence platform.

Brian Robinson, J.D. Innovative Regulatory Risk Advisors LLC ManagingMember Innovative Regulatory Risk Advisors

Last updated on February 26th, 2017

Thanks Langston, it is something that is definitely in demand both in the public sector (Defense and LE) as well as in the commercial sector. We hope to find a coding engineer to support further development of our methodologies, road mapping and industry standard model validations.

Omar Uppal Aspiring Entrepreneur, 12+ Telecom exeperience

February 26th, 2017

You can go with 2 approaches

1). If you have a product ready or somewhat ready, get anyone from your contacts who can get benefit of it use your product. Get their feedback and improve it


2) If not, than start building an MVP(minimum viable product) and in the mean time get your contacts on-board who can benefit and discuss with them what they would like to see in it.


If your can get even 5-6 persons start actively using it, than would become your brand ambassadors and you can build upon that.

Brian Robinson, J.D. Innovative Regulatory Risk Advisors LLC ManagingMember Innovative Regulatory Risk Advisors

February 27th, 2017

Thanks Omar, I will add these options to our consideration plan.

Yash Patel

Last updated on February 27th, 2017

Always test the water before jump into it.


1. Create simple wire-frame

2. Creating Non Functional prototype

3. Get Feedback

4. Analyze the feedback and come-up with MVP feature

5. Develop scalable MVP

6. Start User acquisition and feedback and analysis and add missing feature.

7. Repeat #6 with agile methodology.