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Regroop Platform presentation

  1. 1. regroop Mircea, Vlad, Bogdan, Vlad & Adrian «Alexandru Ioan Cuza» University of Iaşi Faculty of Computer Science
  2. 2. Many people
  3. 3. Many people have a great potential have a great amount of time have a great world to improve
  4. 4. Many people have a great potential have a great amount of time have a great world to improve do unproductive activities waste their time by playing live mainly in a virtual world
  5. 5. Meanwhile… How to get them solved? Real problems occur outside «Farmville»
  6. 6. Meanwhile… By helping people to achieve the «8 UN Millennium Development Goals»
  7. 7. Meanwhile… By helping people to achieve the «8 UN Millennium Development Goals» What about people who live in ?
  8. 8. Active people Many people waste their time How to get them involved?
  9. 9. Active people want to change the world have great ideas to make it better want to organize groops to get there
  10. 10. Active people want to change the world have great ideas to make it better want to organize groops to get there need more time need people to join them need resources to act
  11. 11. Active people want to change the world have great ideas to make it better want to organize groops to get there need more time need people to join them need resources to act How to get them on the way?
  12. 12. Many people waste their time How to get them involved? Active people need help How to get them on the way? The companies
  13. 13. The companies want to promote themselves efficiently want to offer resources for visibility want to make people buy their products
  14. 14. The companies want to promote themselves efficiently want to offer resources for visibility want to make people buy their products need viral advertisement need the resource recipients need people to sell their products to
  15. 15. The companies want to promote themselves efficiently want to offer resources for visibility want to make people buy their products need viral advertisement need the resource recipients need people to sell their products to How to get them seen?
  16. 16. Problems Many people waste their time How to get them involved? Active people lack help How to get them on the way? Companies need market How to get them seen?
  17. 17. Solution Many people get to know companies Companies get instant visibility Organizers get sponsorships Companies get market instantly Many people get involved Organizers are joined by others
  18. 18. Not getting involved Vlad AIESEC Wants to organize «IaŞi Reciclează» Coca Cola Wants to sponsor a groop Case study
  19. 19. How regroop works
  20. 20. The architecture
  21. 21. The architecture Controller Rails framework on View HTML + CSS presentation enriched with Model database for archiving, hosting external API for third party development feed sources etc. map data from Microsoft® Windows Azure
  22. 22. The cloud Controller Rails framework on View HTML + CSS presentation enriched with Model database for archiving, hosting external API for third party development feed sources etc. map data from Microsoft® Windows Azure Own the baseline, rent the spike regroop is hosted in the cloudMicrosoft® Windows Azure
  23. 23. The elements Maps regroop uses Bing Maps to locate users and groops and provide relevant info about them. Extensibility regroop is designed to provide a simple-to-use API for further development. Services regroop employs a variety of web data sources to aggregate and expand content.
  24. 24. The business
  25. 25. The market The most valuable resource available to man today is the social web. regroop affects a large number of people, as it is deployed globally.
  26. 26. The market regroop is geared towards 3 types of actors. people organizers sponsors
  27. 27. Strategy for people tough problem in one or more of the 8 UN Millennium Goals many people know how to cope with it many people fail to come together and get to solve it problem can be traced to a problem affecting the community problem still there
  28. 28. Strategy for people tough problem in one or more of the 8 UN Millennium Goals many people know how to cope with it many people fail to come together and get to solve it problem can be traced to a problem affecting the community people find how to get involved right from their environment
  29. 29. Strategy for people tough problem in one or more of the 8 UN Millennium Goals many people know how to cope with it many people fail to come together and get to solve it problem can be traced to a problem affecting the community people find how to get involved right from their environment
  30. 30. Strategy for people tough problem in one or more of the 8 UN Millennium Goals many people know how to cope with it people unite to solve the problem together problem can be traced to a problem affecting the community people find how to get involved right from their environment
  31. 31. Strategy for people tough problem in one or more of the 8 UN Millennium Goals people use their know-how and solve the problem people unite to solve the problem together problem can be traced to a problem affecting the community people find how to get involved right from their environment
  32. 32. Strategy for people tough problem in one or more of the 8 UN Millennium Goals people use their know-how and solve the problem people unite to solve the problem together problem solved by community members people find how to get involved right from their environment
  33. 33. Strategy for people tough problem solved, in a partnership for development people use their know-how and solve the problem people unite to solve the problem together problem solved by community members people find how to get involved right from their environment social web real life
  34. 34. Strategy for sponsors company in for visibility startups can make their debut viral marketing advertising on a mature market corporations earn a broad, yet targeted visibility
  35. 35. get a cut from large sponsorships share ad revenues with organizers full branding based on individual agreements Strategy for regroop regroop
  36. 36. Conclusion Old social web personal interests New social web common interests
  37. 37. Thank you
  38. 38. regroop

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