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  • Good Morning and thank you for your time and consideration Let me start by introducing you to myself and to GoingOnAs mentioned, my name is Jon Corshen and I am the CEO of GoingOn. I bring with me over 20+ years of technology start-up experience, with several successful exits including Tradex, Ariba and Determine softwareI came to GoingOn in 2008 to spin out a highly innovative social technology platform from a social media & publishing company called AlwaysOn, with the intent of focusing on the intersection of education and. the social web. Understanding how educational institutions will adopt new social web technologies and pioneering a new generation of collaborative learning solutions has been our mission and our passion, and as you will see we have made some great progress in establishing ourselves as an early pioneer in what we believe is a huge emerging market.Our primary market in in the higher education space, as well as early adopters in the corporate learning space. We have been angel funded to date and are now actively seeking a venture round and am happy to talk to anyone about where we are in that process.
  • I think that the most important thing I can try to convey in the next five minutes is where GoingOn fits in both the market landscape and the academic technology ecosystem.In the name of time , I want to focus on the 3 core components of most institutions computing Infrastructure – SMS, LMS and Portals.In the most general terms, we can break this down into the administrative systems vs. the academic system. Clearly, huge investments have been made on the administrative or ERP side of the house in areas such as financial, student and enrollments management, as well as other related areas.While we think this market will continue to show moderate growth from upgrades, we strongly believe that the next wave of investment will be on the academic computing side of the house, and more specifically on a new generation of socially-enabled learning and collaboration solutions that can meet the requirements of the facebook generation.Obviously, this is where we focus. To date it has been dominated by legacy LMS & CMS systems, including course enrollment, grading and assessment, content and curriculum delivery
  • So, I don’t think it is a big surprise to anyone hear that legacy learning management systems are not making the grade and are ill-prepared to meet the demands of the Facebook generationNot going anywhere quick – integrated – will be 5+ year migration. So while many people are focused on looking at the LMS market and trying to understand when and where schools will move to, I think there is a more important question – that is what else is needed – will technologies will used to extend the academic computing infrastructure – engage students, ….
  • I think that the most important thing I can try to convey in the next few moments is where GoingOn fits in both the market landscape and the academic technology stack or ecosystem.In the name of time , I want to focus on the 3 core components of most institutions computing Infrastructure – SMS, LMS and Portals.In the most general terms, we can break this down into the administrative systems vs. the academic system. Clearly, huge investments have been made on the administrative or ERP side of the house in areas such as financial, student and enrollments management, as well as other related areas.While we think this market will continue to show moderate growth from upgrades, we strongly believe that the next wave of investment will be on the academic computing side of the house, and more specifically on a new generation of socially-enabled learning and collaboration solutions that can meet the requirements of the facebook generation.Obviously, this is where we focus. To date it has been dominated by legacy LMS & CMS systems, including course enrollment, grading and assessment, content and curriculum delivery
  • Good Morning and thank you for your time and consideration Let me start by introducing you to myself and to GoingOnAs mentioned, my name is Jon Corshen and I am the CEO of GoingOn. I bring with me over 20+ years of technology start-up experience, with several successful exits including Tradex, Ariba and Determine softwareI came to GoingOn in 2008 to spin out a highly innovative social technology platform from a social media & publishing company called AlwaysOn, with the intent of focusing on the intersection of education and. the social web. Understanding how educational institutions will adopt new social web technologies and pioneering a new generation of collaborative learning solutions has been our mission and our passion, and as you will see we have made some great progress in establishing ourselves as an early pioneer in what we believe is a huge emerging market.Our primary market in in the higher education space, as well as early adopters in the corporate learning space. We have been angel funded to date and are now actively seeking a venture round and am happy to talk to anyone about where we are in that process.
  • GoingOn

    1. 1. About GoingOn<br />Jon Corshen, CEO - formerly Tradex, Ariba, Determine & others<br />Based in San Francisco, CA - 12 employees<br />Focused atthe intersection of education & the social web since Q2’2008<br />SaaS-based collaborative learning platform – with primary focus in higher-ed and corporate training market.<br />Actively developing a $3-5M venture round with 50% committed <br />
    2. 2. Simplified View of Computing Infrastructure<br />Learning<br />Management System<br />Academic Systems<br /><ul><li>Course Management
    3. 3. Grading & Assessment
    4. 4. Curriculum & Content
    5. 5. Student Access</li></ul>PORTAL<br />Students<br />& Faculty<br />Student<br />Management <br />Systems<br />Administrative Systems<br /><ul><li>Financial Management
    6. 6. Enrollment
    7. 7. Financial Aid
    8. 8. Student management </li></ul>2<br />
    9. 9. Legacy LMS & Portals: Not Making the Grade<br /><ul><li>Extensibility of Architecture C
    10. 10. Richness of UI Construct C-
    11. 11. Social Publishing & Collaboration Capabilities D
    12. 12. Utilization of Feature Set C-</li></ul>Notes: Heavily entrenched, will remain as “transactional” back-end of broader collaborative learning ecosystem<br />Learning<br />Management System<br />Academic Systems<br /><ul><li>Course Management
    13. 13. Grading & Assessment
    14. 14. Curriculum & Content
    15. 15. Student Access</li></ul>Learning<br />Management System<br />Academic<br />Systems<br />PORTAL<br />PORTAL<br />Students<br />& Faculty<br />Students<br />& Faculty<br />Student<br />Management <br />Systems<br />Administrative Systems<br />Student<br />Management <br />Systems<br /><ul><li>Financial Management
    16. 16. Enrollment
    17. 17. Financial Aid
    18. 18. Student management </li></ul>AdministrativeSystems<br />3<br />
    19. 19. How will institution Tame the Social Web to?<br /><ul><li>Increase Student Engagement
    20. 20. Support Social Learning Paradigms
    21. 21. Empower Faculty and new Pedagogues
    22. 22. Address proliferation of consumer-based solutions</li></ul>What will Fill the Gap?<br />Learning<br />Management System<br />Academic<br />Systems<br />PORTAL<br />?<br />Students<br />& Faculty<br />Collaborative<br />Learning <br />Platform<br />Student<br />Management <br />Systems<br />AdministrativeSystems<br />4<br />
    23. 23. The GoingOn Solution<br />5<br />GoingOn Collaborative Learning Platform<br />provides a highly-configurable platform that integrates the best of today’s social web features & technologies, to enable new,more engaging models of social learning, academic collaboration & knowledge management<br />
    24. 24. One Platform, Unlimited Communities<br />.B Building the institution-wide network of vibrant communities<br />Community<br />of<br />Practice<br />CourseCommunity<br />Student<br />Workgroup<br />Tutoring &<br />Office Hours<br />Research<br />Community<br />CommunityPlatform<br />Course<br />Community<br />Community<br />Of<br />Practice<br />Faculty<br />Collaborative<br />Course<br />Community<br />6<br />
    25. 25. Build a GO Community in Real-time<br />Ad ServerWidget<br />GO Key Capabilities:<br /><ul><li>On-Demand delivery
    26. 26. Self-service configurator
    27. 27. Continually growing widget & social Adaptor “store”
    28. 28. State-of-the art social content management
    29. 29. Pre-built LMS & SMS Adaptors
    30. 30. Ferpa compliance focus</li></ul>Featured Story Player Widget<br />Multi-tab Blog Widget<br />Advanced DiscussionGroup Widget<br />Community of Practice<br />UPenn Nursing Collaborative<br />Rockefeller Research Grant<br />Social NetworkingWidget<br />Workflow Q&AWidget<br />Micro-BlogTwitter Widget<br />Video Player Widget<br />Event CalendarWidget<br />Poll & SurveyWidget<br />Social BookmarkWidget<br />| © GoingOn 2009 | www.GoingOn.com<br />7<br />
    31. 31. GoingOn User Dashboard & Portfolio<br />8<br />One Profile, One View, Unlimited Communities<br />Scoring<br />Social Network<br />Contributions<br />Knowledge<br />Network<br />Directory<br />Live Streams<br />
    32. 32. 9<br />Sales & Revenue Model<br />Monthly Subscription – currently range from $500 to $3000/month<br />Phase 1: Consultative sales to Academic Technology group <br />Phase 2: Viral, Self-service Model – both within and across institutions<br />Phase 3: Expanded Platform & Network Services <br />California Community<br />College<br />

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