PulsePoint Respond

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Mack FlavelleHunter@mackflavelle · www.axiomzen.co
It's already out in the wild and saving lives:
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Preet@preetnation · BlueLight, also enjoy QS and Parkour
They do extremely cool work. We've been really impressed with what they have done so far. Also impressive is the fact that the work is done part-time by workday engineers
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Mack FlavelleHunter@mackflavelle · www.axiomzen.co
Pretty sure this is the single coolest app I have ever seen. Loosing my mind over here. What do ambulances look like in 30 years when this is ubiquitous? This + http://www.producthunt.com/posts... get me pretty excited about the things we can build.
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Irving Torres@irvingtorresyc · Freelance Designer
@mackflavelle I think it's a great idea with a ton of potential. Unfortunately, just like the "Be My Eyes" app you linked above, building a successful two sided network model can be difficult. It's the whole chicken and egg problem that social startups face. I hope it picks up momentum over time so that both the people in need of assistance and the providers can thrive and thus drive growth.
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Tyler Hayes@thetylerhayes · Bebo
@mackflavelle Ambulances like all of healthcare will become more specialized. Same as any other industry that has its basic foundational elements replace by tech.
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Campbell Macdonald@cambel · Co-Founder
@mackflavelle yes, very cool. As noted by Irving this is a good story but a hard to win on execution. Very similar to my experience at Parking Mobility and likely similar to SeeClickFix. You need user installs and adoption AND cities to buy. Huge chicken and egg problems. My recommendation: get 2-4 municipalities up and running. Spend all your time their. Build your reference customers (cities are the customers, not the app users).
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Rob Williger@robertwilliger · CEO of Cited, Inc. |Writer|Speaker
This looks amazing, I certainly plan on doing more research and learning more about the possibilities with this.