Prototyping

Do you have an idea for the next big app?

Building a robust and scalable solutions can take a huge amount of time and money.  Dot Command Center can build a fully functional application demonstrating your big idea in a fraction of the time.  This will allow you to market to potential investors and clients, while you work on your final product.

Over 18 years, we have built a few things.  We can utilize existing code sets to manage common coding challenges and get your project off to a great start.

In addition to your fully functional prototype, we can help build a full website specification document identifying the areas that need more structure, documentation, security and scalability for your final product and long term maintainability.
 


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            Saul Klein joins TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin, tickets on sale now

Saul Klein joins TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin, tickets on sale now

TechCrunch Disrupt is coming back to Berlin this winter, and you can already buy tickets. It will feature technologists, investors, entrepreneurs and media outlets; Startup Alley, where over 400 pre-Series A companies exhibit; Startup Battlefield, our premier startup pitch competition where a curated group of techs top early-stage startups will compete for the $50,000 grand […]

SoftBank invests in parking startup ParkJockey pushing valuation to $1 billion

SoftBank continues to invest in the future of transportation this time in ParkJockey, a startup that has built a technology platform aimed at monetizing parking lots. And ParkJockey, which was founded in 2013, is already using that capital to scale up. Along with the SoftBank investment news, ParkJockey also announced that it was acquiring two […]

The military wants ideas from startups. Heres how to make a pitch

Pitching brand new technology to the U.S. military is challenging. Here's what you need to know to give your startup the best chance of success.

TechSee nabs $16M for its customer support solution built on computer vision and AR

Chatbots and other AI-based tools have firmly found footing in the world of customer service, used either to augment or completely replace the role of a human responding to questions and complaints, or (sometimes, annoyingly, at the same time as the previous two functions) sell more products to users. Today, an Israeli startup called TechSee […]

Contentful raises $33.5M for its headless CMS platform

Contentful, a Berlin- and San Francisco-based startup that provides content management infrastructure for companies like Spotify, Nike, Lyft and others, today announced that it has raised a $33.5 million Series D funding round led by Sapphire Ventures, with participation from OMERS Ventures and Salesforce Ventures, as well as existing investors General Catalyst, Benchmark, Balderton Capital and H...


            Faraday Future CEOs long trail of debt is finally catching up to him

Faraday Future CEOs long trail of debt is finally catching up to him

Jia Yueting, the CEO and a co-founder of troubled EV startup Faraday Future, has a notorious history with money. While his rise to fame and fortune in China was built partly around his vision he started a streaming company in 2004 called LeTV, well before Netflix shifted away from DVDs it was also built on financial debt. For years, he followed a relatively simple formula. He found success with L...

FortressIQ raises $12M to bring new AI twist to process automation

FortressIQ, a startup that wants to bring a new kind of artificial intelligence to process automation called imitation learning, emerged from stealth this morning and announced it has raised $12 million. The Series A investment came entirely from a single venture capital firm, Light Speed Venture Partners. Today’s funding comes on top of $4 million […]

Workato raises $25M for its integration platform

Workato, a startup that offers an integration and automation platform for businesses that competes with the likes of MuleSoft, SnapLogic and Microsoft’s Logic Apps, today announced that it has raised a $25 million Series B funding round from Battery Ventures, Storm Ventures, ServiceNow and Workday Ventures. Combined with its previous rounds, the company has now received investments […]


            Google for Startups: bringing the best of Google to startups everywhere

Google for Startups: bringing the best of Google to startups everywhere

Startups look at the world through the lens of opportunitythey see problems and take action to fix them, building never-before-seen solutions. When they succeed, they move us all forward. Helping startups is a key part of Googles DNA, and around the world Google employees train and mentor people in their local startup communities. That's why we launched Google for Entrepreneurs in 2011, bringing ...

Top picks for 10 female-founded Bay Area startups

Despite receiving only around 2 percent of total venture funding, a growing number of startups led by women gained significant traction this year, according to AngelList. The startup hiring and investment platform asked venture capitalists to name the female-led startups they think are poised for a breakout year in 2018. Details about the 10 from the Bay Area, all fairly new, that were highlighte...


            Apple acquires artist development startup Platoon

Apple acquires artist development startup Platoon

Apple has acquired artist development startup Platoon, reports TechCrunch. Platoon works with creators to produce and distribute their work, and it uses analytics to target audiences and build marketing strategies. Notable acts Platoon has worked with in the past include Billie Eilish and Jorja Smith. The acquisition of Platoon could serve to bolster Apples Up Next platform, which allocates resou...

The hidden risk in the startup economy

The startup economy of today is eerily similar to the banking sector of 2007 right before the financial crisis, with companies dangerously interdependent.


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