16 March 2017

Africa: The Future of Functional Networking Platforms With Jyoti Ranjan - Founder & CEO At Intelliber Technologies Now Live On Huffington Post

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San Francisco — "Intelliber Technologies & Socialyk" is pleased to announce an in-depth Q&A interview and discussion on the advent of SaaS focused and functionality driven networking platform which is now live on Huffington Post: "Interview: The Future of Networking Could Be More Functional". The interview with Jyoti Ranjan; Founder & CEO at Intelliber Technologies, discusses about how these platforms need to come from the ground up and must be developed from scratch.

"Innovations are always a breakthrough exercise. The breakthroughs are the reason why innovations are always disruptive. Companies make the same thing exponentially better and then commercialize it. Example in case being that of Apple which took the glasses used in chemicals and then used it as screen for their iPhones. What happened next is a result of multiple series of innovational breakthroughs brick by brick and multiple steps at a time," says Mr. Jyoti Ranjan. Huffington Post recently had a chance to interview the charismatic founder & CEO of Intelliber Technologies which is based out of San Francisco and Jamshedpur in India. Nick Hastreiter who writes about the future of Industries at Huffington Post says, "Ranjan has been a serial entrepreneur and Intelliber Technologies happens to be his 3rd startup." He also says Ranjan failed miserably in his 1st 2 startups but is considerably relaxed given Intelliber Technologies is reaching greatest heights and he is not related to any of his failed startups in any capacity now.

The future of networking platforms may be evolving still further per entrepreneur and CEO of Intelliber Technologies, Jyoti Ranjan. He asserts that while users are grasping around looking for platforms that fit their needs, the companies that pay for ads on those platforms are looking for something better, too. Ranjan highlights Intelliber Technologies is an innovation, customer focused and primarily a product startup and has products for majority of functions, named Socialyk, Employrr, Convask apart from other subsidiaries in their portfolio like ITMRD, Contentuals and Network Story.

Ranjan says, "Socialyk is the world's 1st Human Centric, SaaS based, Fully Functional, end-to-end, demand and supply side networking platform." Ranjan also adds that Socialyk is the fastest growing platform in SaaS domain and their weekly growth rates have never been lesser than 900% after they launched its beta on 20th January 2017.

"Marketers live and die on the quality of the data they have access to and how effectively it can be utilized," says Ranjan. "Gartner recently highlighted this issue, acknowledging that there is no data standard for tracking people across so many different networks, search engines, and video sites."

That is why Ranjan believes the future of networking platforms will emphasize function in niche areas, like job searches, classified ads, user reviews, etc. If you want to post kitten pictures, pick any one of the dozens of competing social media networks out there. But if you want an app that can be a value add in all of the functional aspects of your life, you are presently torn between a litany of partial solutions.

For those who would like to follow the interview, the same is available on Huffington Post: "Interview: The Future of Networking Could Be More Functional."

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