It has been an exciting start to the week at inqiri, performing interviews for both KTVN and KOLO news on Monday.
KTVN visited the inqiri offices Monday morning to record a piece on the inqiri solution and conduct an interview on innovation in the local startup community. Speaking with reporter John Potter, the inqiri team had the opportunity to explain the concept behind inqiri, the problem it solves, and why inqiri chose Reno as headquarters. Continue reading inqiri Featured on Local News
Months of work to launch inqiri at TechCrunch Disrupt SF last week have culminated with the inqiri launch party held in Reno on Wednesday, where friends, family, and colleagues joined in the celebration. In addition to delicious food and drinks, guests received an inside look at the last 9 months of the company, from first concept to launch, though a ceremony to recognize contributors to the inqiri project. Continue reading inqiri Celebrates Launch
To read about a revolutionary technology that utilizes “crowd based intelligence” to come up with the best solution to a particular question, check out KTVN’s article on inqiri.
Making a difficult or important decision is never an easy task. However, James Elste, CEO of inqiri, has created a web application to make the process of decision-making as efficient and effective as possible.
KOLO news learned more about inqiri’s revolutionary technology.
We are back in Reno after a few exciting days at the TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2013 conference. From our perspective the conference was a success. It was a great experience and an excellent launching pad for the production release of the inqiri solution. We are now officially launched, the site is live, and we are starting to see people using inqiri. Continue reading TechCrunch Launch Wrap-up
It is not hard to imagine how astronauts feel the night before they launch. We are on the eve of our launch at TechCrunch and the anticipation is running high. We have checked and rechecked the systems, loaded all our gear for the exhibit space, and packed our bags for the trip into San Francisco (actually about the same distance as a trip to the International Space Station, in vertical miles). We are ready. Continue reading On the Eve of Launch
James Elste, and co-founder Travis Schwieger, are getting ready to launch their ground breaking technology called “inqiri” to improve peoples ability to make decisions. The technology behind inqiri seeks to overcome the cognitive biases that affect our decision-making by synthesizing collective intelligence into actionable data/analytics.
Read the full interview at The Big Plate.