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  • 2018 World Cup Predictions using decision trees
    Abstract In this study, we predict the outcome of the football matches in the FIFA World Cup 2018 to be held in Russia this summer. We do this using classification models over a dataset of historic football results that includes attributes from the playing teams by rating them in attack, midfield, defence, aggression, pressure, chance […]
    Estefany Torres
  • The Next Big Thing in Data Science is …. Biology
    Summary: Computational Synthetic Biology (CSB) is likely to be both the next big thing and perhaps most important field to exploit data science.  As the name implies, this lies at the intersection of data science and biological research.  Big advancements and big investments are already starting to occur here.  Data scientists with deep learning skills […]
    William Vorhies
  • AutoEncoders and Parallel Computing with KernelML
    AutoEncoders and Parallel Computing with KernelML The goal of this experiment was to find potential use cases where kernelml provides some benefit over existing packages, such as Keras or PyTorch, for building neural networks. One use case that seems to have potential is auto-encoding. An autoencoder can be used to construct latent variables from data. We […]
    Rohan Kotwani
  • Ubuntu: Not just OS it's love
    Credits: Google Images This is the story from time when I was in initial years of my programming career and I was a huge fan of Jetbrains IDE’s (I am still), I was using Windows prominently at…
    Jayesh Bapu Ahire
  • Crypto currencies Casinos
    Most of you reading this are probably more used to playing online casino games using real money. It's money you’ve earned, transferred from your bank account into your casino account. You could walk out right now, go to an ATM and withdraw it. What you’re not probably used to is using cryptocurrency for crypto coin […]
    David Ayers

It’s going to go VIRAL!

The hard work is done, you just launched on Apple and Android, wait! It’s awesome if your app goes viral, you are one of the lucky ones, but more often it needs a kick from a community sales force. Introducing the BeagleForce, we will sniff out new markets and hunt down users for your app, based on your goals and budget.

Why BeagleForce?

Beth and Jeana joined forces at Juice in the City in 2010, an Internet Media startup similar to Groupon model, we focused on local deals for local moms. Jeana was one of Beth’s first hires in her role as VP of Sales, Jeana quickly proved to be a strong player and was promoted to Regional Sales Manager as the company scaled.  Two entrepreneurs together that are top sales, managers, moms and more can make many things happen. They perfected a system of recruiting, training and managing a part-time commission sales force. Proving their sticktuitiveness leading a successful pivot of JITC to MyTownPerks, a merchant loyalty program, JITC tech assets were sold to RetailMeNot. In the time that followed, Beth resumed a career in technology and stayed in touch with Jeana. From the stellar reputation of building the momforce at JITC, our network referred us to other startup founders, and either together or individually we have experience promoting new startups such as the ones featured below.