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  • 1. CONTRIBUTING TO CREATE A MORE EQUAL WORLD
  • 2.
    • IT RESPONSIBILITY‘S VISION: “PROMOTING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH TECHNOLOGY, FACILITATING HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AROUND THE WORLD ”
    • COMPANIES ARE CONTRIBUTING WITH THEIR INFRASTRUCTURE TO HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
    • COMMUNITIES ACHIEVE BETTER RESULTS BASED ON THESE TOOLS
    • HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IS MADE EASIER IN PLACES THAT HAVE ACCESS TO TECHNOLOGY
    • IT RESPONSIBILITY‘S MISSION: “PROVIDE A VALUABLE DONATION PLATFORM TO ESTABLISH RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SPONSORS AND SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS, IN ORDER TO CREATE A MORE EQUAL WORLD ”
    • SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS LIST THEIR NEEDS IN THE SYSTEM
    • SPONSORS CONTRIBUTE TO SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS
    • THE SYSTEM ESTIMATES THE SOCIAL PROMOTION RATIO GENERATED BY SPONSORS AND THE SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION CREATED BY SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS
    IT RESPONSIBILITY’S PURPOSE
  • 3.
    • IT RESPONSIBILITY IDENTIFIES TWO INITIAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR FUNDRAISING:
    • - ESTIMATION OF THE SOCIAL PROMOTION MADE BY SPONSORS
    • - ESTIMATION OF THE SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION MADE BY SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS
    • THIS LINE WILL EVOLVE INTO THREE NETWORKS
    • SOCIAL FRANCHISES MODULE ,
    • FOCUSED ON THE PROMOTION OF SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS IN ORDER TO SUPPORT AND EXPAND THEIR OPERATIONS.
    • FOCUSED ON A PROGRAM TO BRIDGE THE DIGITAL GAP BETWEEN COMMUNITIES.
    • SPONSORS MODULE ,
    • PROVIDING SPONSORS WITH ACCESS TO A DONATION PLATFORM IN ORDER TO SUPPORT SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS
    • SPONSORS RECEIVE POINTS FOR THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS BASED ON THEIR INFRASTRUCTURE RATIO ( infrastructure ratio estimation using Robots & Semantic Knowledge tools )
    • IT RESPONSIBILITY INDEX
    • FOCUSED ON THE CREATION OF AN INDEX TO DISPLAY CONTRIBUTORS FROM AROUND THE WORLD AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS TO THEIR COMMUNITIES.
    • FOCUSED ON THE CREATION OF A SECURITY THAT WILL TRACK OUR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INDEX TRADING LIKE A STOCK IN AN EXCHANGE ( ISHARES )
    IT RESPONSIBILITY.ORG
  • 4.
    • ITRESPONSIBILITY’S GENERAL PROCEDURE
    • SOCIAL FRANCHISES LIST THEIR NEEDS ON THE SYSTEM. THE SYSTEM ESTIMATES THE TRANSFORMATION RATIO THAT THEY DISPLAY
      • ITRESPONSIBILITY PROVIDES SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS WITH A DEVELOPMENT MODEL TO PROMOTE COMMUNITIES, RECEIVING FUNDS TO SUPPORT OPERATIONS
    • ITRESPONSIBILITY ADMINISTRATES THE AMOUNT OF POINTS TO BE PAID TO EACH SPONSOR BASED ON THEIR LOCAL PRESENCE
      • IT RESPONSIBILITY ESTIMATES THE INFRASTRUCTURE RATIO FOR EACH SPONSOR IN THE SYSTEM.
    • SPONSORS DONATE MONEY TO SOCIAL FRANCHISES AND RECEIVE POINTS FOR EACH SOCIAL PROMOTION ACTION THAT THEY PERFORM
    • ALL OPERATIONS - INDEX CREATION, CHARGING CREDIT CARDS, DONATIONS MANAGEMENT- ARE CARRIED OUT THROUGH IT RESPONSIBILITY’S PLATFORM
    • SYSTEMS WORKING AT ITRESPONSIBILITY
    • EDUCATIONAL ONLINE SYSTEMS:
    • WEB RANKING AND FINANCIAL SYSTEMS:
    • ONLINE GATEWAY OF PAYMENTS:
    MODEL - OPERATION
  • 5. IT RESPONSIBILITY = SOCIAL FRANCHISES MODULE
    • OFFERS A DONATION MARKETPLACE PLATFORM, WHERE SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS CAN LIST THEIR NEEDS
    • PROVIDES SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS WITH A PROGRAM FOR DIGITAL GAP REDUCTION AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
    • AT AN ANALYTICAL LEVEL,
      • SOCIAL STRUCTURE + SOCIAL IMPACT
      • =
    • SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION
    • AT AN OPERATING LEVEL,
    • SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS FOR KIDS:
      • RECEIVE CONTRIBUTIONS TO SUPPORT AND EXPAND THEIR OPERATIONS. SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OPERATE AS A FRANCHISE FOLLOWING A COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
    • SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS FOR ADULTS AND COMMUNITIES:
      • RECEIVE CONTRIBUTIONS TO SUPPORT AND EXPAND THEIR OPERATIONS. SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OPERATE AS A FRANCHISE FOLLOWING A COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
    • SUPPORTING STAFF ORGANIZATIONS:
      • RECEIVE CONTRIBUTIONS BASED ON THEIR WORK WITH SOCIAL FRANCHISES
  • 6.
    • .
    IT RESPONSIBILITY = SOCIAL FRANCHISES MODULE SOCIAL IMPACT GENERATION THROUGH DIFFERENT GROUPS OF PEOPLE IN EACH COMMUNITY KIDS Social Franchise ADULTS COMMUNITY SOCIAL STRUCTURE + SOCIAL IMPACT = SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION
  • 7.
    • .
    IT RESPONSIBILITY = SOCIAL FRANCHISES MODULE DEVELOPMENT PHASES, STAGES AND SOCIAL IMPACT RATIO 1 DESIGN 2 BUILD 3 TECHNOLOGY 4 IT EDUCATION 5 SPECIALIZE 6 FUNDRAISING 7 ONGOING E G G C C CONTRIBUTING TO CREATE A MORE EQUAL WORLD 40% 70% 75% 80% 90 % 100 % E
  • 8. SOCIAL FRANCHISE RECEIVE CONTRIBUTIONS = $$ SOCIAL IMPACT RATIO (COMMUNITY) = 40% to 70% ASSIGNS SCORES SOCIAL STRUCTURE = EARLY DEVELOPMENT PHASE 1- DESIGN IT RESPONSIBILITY = SOCIAL FRANCHISES MODULE 2- BUILD 3- TECHNOLOGY SOCIAL IMPACT = SOCIAL FRANCHISES COMPETE WITH THEIR LISTINGS WITH OTHER NPO LIST THEIR NEEDS
  • 9. SOCIAL FRANCHISE RECEIVE SCORES TAKE EXAMS AND ACHIEVE THE GOALS = % SOCIAL IMPACT RATIO (COMMUNITY) = 70% to 80% ASSIGN SCORES SOCIAL IMPACT = GROWTH DEVELOPMENT PHASE PREPARE AND TAKE IT EXAMS IT EDUCATION: IT RESPONSIBILITY = SOCIAL FRANCHISES MODULE
  • 10. SOCIAL FRANCHISE RECEIVES CERTIFICATION OFFER PROFESIONAL IT SERVICES = $$ SOCIAL IMPACT RATIO (COMMUNITY) = 80% to 90% ASSIGN SCORES SOCIAL IMPACT = CONSOLIDATED DEVELOPMENT PHASE PREPARE AND TAKE EXAMS SPECIALIZATION: IT RESPONSIBILITY = SOCIAL FRANCHISES MODULE
  • 11. SOCIAL FRANCHISE WEB SERVICE CALL / RESULTS SELL PRODUCTS ON THE INTERNET = $$ SOCIAL IMPACT RATIO (COMMUNITY) = 90% to 100% ASSIGNS SCORES SOCIAL IMPACT = CONSOLIDATED DEVELOPMENT PHASE LIST AND SELL LOCAL PRODUCTS FUNDRAISING: IT RESPONSIBILITY = SOCIAL FRANCHISES MODULE
  • 12.
    • .
    SOCIAL FRANCHISES & SUPPORT STAFF ORGANIZATION SOCIAL FRANCHISES & SUPPORT STAFF ORGANIZATION WORKING TOGETHER TO REDUCE THE DIGITAL GAP ADULTS Social Franchise / Adults / Shelter Institution COMMUNITY Support Staff Org / Community / Income Generation Support Staff Org / Community / Media Relations COMMUNITY
  • 13. PUBLIC SPONSORS CONTRIBUTIONS: CONTRIBUTIONS IT RESPONSIBILITY = SOCIAL FRANCHISE MODULE SOCIAL FRANCHISE RECEIVES : MONEY * SOCIAL IMPACT RATIO SOCIAL FRANCHISE RECEIVES : CONTRIBUTION - 2% COMMISSION INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTIONS: SOCIAL FRANCHISE RECEIVES : CONTRIBUTION - 2% COMMISSION PRIVATE SPONSORS CONTRIBUTIONS: SOCIAL FRANCHISE RECEIVES THE RETAINED MONEY WHEN THEY ACHIEVE 100% OF THEIR GOALS.
  • 14. IT RESPONSIBILITY = SPONSORS MODULE
    • WILL PROVIDE SPONSORS WITH ACCESS TO THE BEST DONATION MANAGEMENT PLATFORM, TO SUPPORT SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS
    • RELATIONSHIPS WITH SOCIAL FRANCHISES ARE BASED ON SPONSORS SOCIAL PROMOTION RATIO FOR A PARTICULAR COMMUNITY
    • AT AN ANALYTICAL LEVEL, (VARIABLES)
      • - MARKET CAPITALISATION - COUNTRY PRESENCE
      • - VIRTUAL PRESENCE - LANGUAGE PRESENCE
    • AT AN OPERATING LEVEL,
    • PUBLIC COMPANIES:
      • RECEIVE POINTS FOR EACH CONTRIBUTION THEY MAKE TO A COMMUNITY, BASED ON THEIR LOCAL PRESENCE (TAKING INTO CONSIDERATION THE FOUR VARIABLES )
    • PRIVATE COMPANIES:
      • RECEIVE POINTS FOR EACH CONTRIBUTION THEY MAKE TO A COMMUNITY, BASED ON THEIR VIRTUAL AND LANGUAGE PRESENCE
    • INDIVIDUALS:
      • RECEIVE POINTS FOR EACH CONTRIBUTION THEY MAKE TO A COMMUNITY, BASED ON THEIR COUNTRY AND LANGUAGE PRESENCE
  • 15. MARKET CAP. (SPONSOR CAP./ TOTAL CAP. OF THE INDUSTRY) VIRTUAL PRESENCE ( BETTER POSITION PAYS MORE ) LANGUAGE PRESENCE ( < LANGUAGES PAYS MORE ) { BASED ON POPULATION } COUNTRY PRESENCE (< PRESENCE PAYS MORE) PRODUCT = SPONSORS MODULE MULTIPLIER = 2.77 ESTIMATES THE INFRASTRUCTURE CONTRIBUTION MADE BY EACH SPONSOR TO A PARTICULAR COMMUNITY ESTIMATION SPONSORS MULTIPLIER MULTIPLIER = SPONSOR INFRASTRUCTURE AND MARKET PRESENCE FOR A PARTICULAR LOCATION MULTIPLIER = 2.81
  • 16. VARIABLES TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION TO ESTIMATE INFRASTRUCTURE RATIO PUBLIC COMPANIES: IT RESPONSIBILITY = SPONSORS MODULE MARKET CAP + VIRTUAL PRESENCE + COUNTRY PRESENCE + LANGUAGE PRESENCE PRIVATE COMPANIES: VIRTUAL PRESENCE + LANGUAGE PRESENCE INDIVIDUALS: COUNTRY PRESENCE + LANGUAGE
  • 17. SPONSORS MKT CAP INFO SPONSOR MKT CAP. / TOTAL INDUSTRY MKT CAP. = 0.2274% MKT CAP % * VARIABLE INDUSTRY WEIGHT = 0.2274 * 1 ASSIGNS ESTIMATION MARKET CAPITALIZATION ESTIMATION PROCESS MARKET CAPITALIZATION: IT RESPONSIBILITY = SPONSORS MODULE
  • 18. SPONSORS WEB POSITION SPONSOR WEB POSITION WEIGHT = 0.40% WEB POSITION % * VARIABLE INDUSTRY WEIGHT = 0.40 * 1 ASSIGNS ESTIMATION VIRTUAL PRESENCE ESTIMATION PROCESS VIRTUAL PRESENCE: IT RESPONSIBILITY = SPONSORS MODULE
  • 19. SPONSORS SYSTEM CALCULATION COUNTRY PRESENCE (1-3) = 0.20% COUNTRY PRES. % * VARIABLE INDUSTRY WEIGHT = 0.20 * 2 = 0.40 ASSIGNS ESTIMATION COUNTRY PRESENCE ESTIMATION PROCESS COUNTRY PRESENCE: (Using Semantic Knowledge Tools) IT RESPONSIBILITY = SPONSORS MODULE
  • 20. SPONSORS SYSTEM CALCULATION LANGUAGE PRESENCE (POPULATION / TOTAL POP.) = 0.1996% LANGUAGE % * VARIABLE INDUSTRY WEIGHT = 0.1996 * 1 = 0.1996 ASSIGNS ESTIMATION LANGUAGE PRESENCE ESTIMATION PROCESS LANGUAGE PRESENCE: (Using Semantic Knowledge Tools) IT RESPONSIBILITY = SPONSORS MODULE
  • 21. IT RESPONSIBILITY = SPONSORS MODULE SPONSOR CONTRIBUTES TO SOCIAL FRANCHISES RECEIVING POINTS BASED ON THEIR INFRASTRUCTURE RATIO SPONSORS CONTRIBUTE SELECT SOCIAL FRANCHISES - SENDS MONEY - ADDS POINTS MONEY POINTS
  • 22. PRODUCT = IT RESPONSIBILITY INDEX
    • FOCUSED ON THE CREATION OF AN INDEX TO DISPLAY CONTRIBUTORS FROM AROUND THE WORLD AND THE CONTRIBUTIONS TO THEIR COMMUNITIES
    • AT AN ANALYTICAL LEVEL,
      • SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDED BY A SPONSOR TO A PARTICULAR COMMUNITY
      • AMOUNT OF CONTRIBUTION MADE BY A PARTICULAR SPONSOR
      • SOCIAL IMPACT THAT THEY HAVE IN A COMMUNITY
    • AT AN OPERATING LEVEL ,
    • PUBLIC COMPANIES INDEX:
      • GREATER CONTRIBUTORS WORLDWIDE
      • GREATER CONTRIBUTORS BY COUNTRY AND CATEGORY
    • PRIVATE COMPANIES INDEX:
      • GREATER CONTRIBUTORS WORLDWIDE
      • GREATER CONTRIBUTORS BY COUNTRY AND CATEGORY
    • INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTOR INDEX:
      • GREATER CONTRIBUTORS WORLDWIDE
      • GREATER CONTRIBUTORS BY COUNTRY AND CATEGORY
  • 23. SOCIAL FRANCHISES - CHINA SPONSOR PUBLIC COMPANY IT RESPONSIBILITY = INDEX MODULE CATEGORY: Technology / Computer Country: JP / Japanese MARKET CAP.: 0.058 VIRTUAL PRESENCE: 198.054 = 0.2 COUNTRY PRESENCE: 0 LANGUAGE PRESENCE: 0 < $ * MULTIPLIER < CONTRIBUTOR’S POINTS HAVE A DIRECT RELATION WITH THEIR INFRASTRUCTURE RATIO Country: CN/HK / Chinese MARKET CAP.: 0.02134 VIRTUAL PRESENCE: 627.897 = 0.2 COUNTRY PRESENCE: 1 LANGUAGE PRESENCE: 1
  • 24. IT RESPONSIBILITY = INDEX MODULE TAKES INTO CONSIDERATION THE CONTRIBUTION AND MULTIPLIER NUMBER AT THAT MOMENT TO DEFINE INDEX POSITIONS SPONSORS INDEX CREATION CONTRIBUTION $ * MULTIPLIER * MULTIPLIER = 2.81 * MULTIPLIER = 3.75
  • 25. IT RESPONSIBILITY = INDEX MODULE INDEX CATEGORIES FOR PUBLIC, PRIVATE AND INDIVIDUAL SPONSORS PUBLIC COMPANIES INDIVIDUALS PRIVATE COMPANIES GREATER SPONSORS (ALL SECTORS) GREATER SPONSORS (INDUSTRY) GREATER SPONSORS (SECTORS / LOCAL) GREATER SPONSORS (INDUSTRY / LOCAL) GREATER SPONSORS (CATEGORY) GREATER SPONSORS (ALL SECTORS) GREATER SPONSORS (INDUSTRY) GREATER SPONSORS (SECTORS / LOCAL) GREATER SPONSORS (INDUSTRY / LOCAL) GREATER SPONSORS (CATEGORY) GREATER SPONSORS (WORLD) GREATER SPONSORS (CATEGORY) GREATER SPONSORS (MONEY) GREATER SPONSORS (CATEGORY) GROUPS
  • 26. IT RESPONSIBILITY FUNDRAISING MODEL:
    • Funds come through:
    • Commissions paid by social organizations for each contribution that they receive – 2% of the amount -
    • Interest rates paid by Brokers and Banks for the money retained in the system
    • Commissions by Index generation impacting on financial systems
    • Advertising programs – e.g.: google –
    • Affiliate programs
    • IT Responsibility fundraise through donations like other foundations, plus a new variety of incomes coming from various sources.
    • METHOD FOR THE ESTIMATION OF SOCIAL PROMOTION AND SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION TO REDUCE THE DIGITAL GAP AND CONTRIBUTE TO COMMUNITIES DEVELOPMENT
    • INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY – DEFENSIVE PRIOR ART
    INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
  • 27. CONTRIBUTING TO CREATE A MORE EQUAL WORLD