Growing the Data 360 Platform with Smart CRM / Smart Search

Learn more about our growth and fundraising plans by viewing the presentation. We are growing the next generation of websites, social media pages, mobile apps, messaging apps with the Data 360 infrastructure.

We utilize a proprietary combination of profiles enhanced by big data, scored by AI/ML and stored in a virtual rolodex that saves up to 90% on online marketing, advertising and sales (we have other versions for advertising, email marketing and CRM also). In our service, we are appending data, model transactional models between people and integrating with software to track and edit rules (i.e. learn) for operational actions as an add-on to existing 1.0 cloud applications.

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Y Combinator Startup School

We're a proud member of the inaugural class of Y Combinator's Startup School in 2017.

Y Combinator is an American seed accelerator, started in March 2005. Fast Company has called YC "the world's most powerful start-up incubator". Fortune has called Y Combinator "a spawning ground for emerging tech giants".

Y Combinator Startups have included: Airbnb, Dropbox, Stripe, Instacart, The Muse, Zenpayroll, Reddit (acquired by Conde Nast), Wufoo (acquired by Survey Monkey), Heroku (acquired by Salesforce), and TextPayMe (acquired by Amazon).

Learn more about Startup School from TechCrunch below and see the pics to checkout the real "Silicon Valley".

From TechCrunch "1500+ startups graduate Y Combinator’s first online Startup School" by Josh Constine @joshconstine / Jun 16, 2017

By democratizing startup knowledge, YC hoped to spur economic activity around the globe while promoting and preparing companies for its more formalized accelerator program. The problem with MOOCs is that there’s often no accountability or support network to keep students engaged.

The solution was the Startup School Founders Track. Founders would apply, and if admitted, be assigned a YC alumni as their mentor and a set of 20 other startups as their peer group. YC invests no cash and takes no equity in the companies, which don’t have to pay anything to participate.

The 10-week program required them to watch the lectures, attend 9 of 10 online group office hours with their peers, and submit updates on their growth and metrics at least 9 of the 10 weeks. There were also individual mentor-on-startup feedback sessions and support via email available.