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  • Introduce team; establish credibility through Sun predecessor experience
  • Ideas that were rejected by companies and later became successful. Saba was in fact born in Oracle and they decided not to pursue. JAMBOK’s heritage is in Sun Microsystems; does not fit in Oracle software roadmap; received ethics board permission to develop a competing product from scratch.
  • The idea here is to talk about how everything lives in the cloud, nothing in the server roomKey points are Fast, secure integrationMultiple clients for creation/ organization and viewing collaboration
  • Current Status, Accomplishments to date, Timeline, and Use of Funds: Explain the current status of your product or service, what the near future looks like, and how you’ll use the money you’re trying to raise.Share the details of your positive momentum and traction. Then use this slide to close with a bias toward action
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    • 2. What do these ideas have in common?
      Minivans
      Imported bottled water
      Outsourced payroll
      Saba
      JAMBOK
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    • 3. How did YOU learn the things you need to perform your job successfully?
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    • 4. If you’re like most people, you learned:
      70% on the job
      20% from bosses and mentors
      10% through formaleducation and training
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    • 5. In the learning industry, the 10% is called formal, and the rest is called informal learning.
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    • 6. The size of the formal learning industry is about $135B. (Jambok TAM = $13B)
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    • 7. The informal learning industry is nascent, but HOT!
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    • 9. JAMBOK: The Ideal Informal Learning Platform
      We are first to market. Organizations have to piecemeal other platforms to address their informal learning needs.
      The ideal Informal Learning Platform should:
      Easily enable user-generated content
      Provide not just the ability to find information, but the ability to create content
      Be so easy to use it needs absolutely no training
      Support multiple media options
      Include world-class enterprise security
      Be available on mobile devices
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    • 10. The first Software as a Service (SaaS) platform built to specifically enable informal learning
      Announcing JAMBOK!
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    • 11. The Only Complete Solution
      Jambok SaaS “Cloud”
      Identity
      Server
      Jambok Viewing
      and Collaboration
      Jambok Content Creation and Organization
      Public Internet
      Customer Intranet
      Internet or Intranet
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    • 12. JAMBOK Features
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      Built in authoring features
      Sophisticated search and recommendations
      Underpinned by world-class security
    • 13. Just some of the ways JAMBOK can be used …
      Rapid deployment of new products or product features
      Enhanced training through pre- and post- community learning
      Viral messaging through podcasts and vlogs
      Internal and executive communications
      Delivery of micro-modules of learning
      Services and support how-to repository
      Community body of knowledge center
      Marketing deployment
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    • 14. Current Status
      Jambok product beta is released, and being sold today
      Current Customers:
      Negotiating sales with:
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    • 15. A Team with Experience Working Together
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      Dr. KarieWillyerd, CEO
      KarieWillyerd, formerly the Chief Learning Officer for Sun Microsystems, led a global learning business which provided over 8 million training hours a year to more than 600,000 people in 150 countries. The recipient of over 30 prestigious industry awards, she was recently featured on the cover of CLO Magazine and was honored with an ASTD BEST award for leading the #1 corporate training organization in the world. Willyerd is co-author of the upcoming book “The 2020 Workplace" -- which offers innovative ideas on attracting and retaining tomorrow's workforce.
      Charles Beckham, President & COOCharles Beckham, formerly the Chief Technology Officer for Sun Learning Services, architected, built and operated the learning and documentation technology infrastructure which served Sun's global learning business. Beckham also led the development of Sun's $30 million eLearning business including 60 online stores which sold Sun’s learning services worldwide. His team created the learning.sun.com portal to provide web-based courseware for Sun’s employees, and the Sun Learning eXchange (SLX) informal learning platform.
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    • 16. TEAM AWARDS
      2008 & 2009
      Best Learning Team (Bronze)
      Best Learning Team(Gold)
      Ranked #11 WorldwideFebruary 2010
      Ranked #1 WorldwideOctober 2009
      PROGRAM AWARDS
      Best in Innovation (Gold)
      2008: Technical Training, Citations for Training Management, Learning Technology, Learning & Development, Organizational Learning
      2007 Training MagazineStrategic Informal Learningand Social Networking
      Best Custom Content (Gold)
      Best Innovation in Learning Technology
      Best Use of Blogs, Wikis, Content-Sharing Tools (Gold)Best Use of Mobile Learning (Gold)
      2008: Organizational Management Excellence, Leadership Development Excellence, Technology Excellence
      Best Integration of Learning and Talent Mgmt
      Best Use of Games for Learning
      Best Use of Learning Technology (Bronze)
      2009: Leadership Development (5th)
      Over 30 Awards in Two Years
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    • 17. Next Steps
      Product Launch May 17th
      Seeking Funding to Scale
      Impressive Growth Plans
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    • 18. JAMBOK
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