Platform Features

Contemporary Project Environment

RapiFly users are provided with a contemporary project environment that is used to manage personal plans, challenges and change. Project information is secured until a user chooses to share it with team members.

Collective Planning

RapiFly is a collective, distributed planning platform. Intelligence is introduced in team planning functions using remote services that engage all stakeholders in projects. Dashboards provide detailed performance information by individual, team, department and organization. All plan items are timestamped, insuring that credit is given where credit is due.

Challenge Management

Challenge Management is a signature RapiFly feature. Challenge Management is a collective term for Opportunity Maximization and Problem Minimization. The functionality exists to manage challenges during the development and implementation of plans. The same methodology that is used to manage plan development is used to manage challenges. This introduces efficiencies through an intuitive environment that is easy for users to employ out-of-the-box.

Opportunity Capitalization

Opportunities offer a path to expedited goal achievement. Opportunities are measured independently from other plan items. This introduces the means for identifying and distributing best practices to team members.

Problem Minimization

On the flip side, problems can impede goal achievement. Problems are also measured independently from other plan items. Isolating problems makes it possible to segment solution development into sub-teams of experts.

Change

Management

Changes to plans and challenges can be made and distributed to project participants “on-the-fly”. In an age when speed to market is an imperative, this can make all the difference in winning and losing. Plan changes follow the chain-of-command. Alerts notify project participants when changes are made within projects that affect them.

Modules

Modules are used to manage categorical information that is essential to successful plan execution. The same methodology that is used to manage plans and challenges is used to manage modular information. This makes it possible to distributed/delegate module-related tasks to team members. Pertinent modules can be measured independently from plan items, making it possible to identify best practices, and subsequently distribute them to team members in remote locations.

The following modules are used to create and communicate information that is essential to successful plan execution:

  • Analysis
  • Discussion
  • Intelligence
  • Media
  • Motive
  • Process
  • Strategy

Community Engagement

RapiFly users are eligible to participate in community projects in their metro area. Project topics in each locale are decided by the Local Advisory Board, as are the terms and conditions for participation.

Community Users are also eligible to create solutions that respond to local challenges. A list of Open Challenges is distributed to Community Users. User solutions that end up being executed by the local team qualify the Creator for project compensation.

Community projects are also executed at the regional, national and global levels. Community Users are notified when Open Challenges exist seeking entries for solutions in these areas. Compensation is awarded to users at each level. The compensation awarded to project participants increases with each elevation. 

Community project engagements enable collective challenge management involving citizens, businesses and experts. Local projects that perform at a high level can be promoted to the regional, national and global level.

By Geography

Local| Regional| National| Global

Solutions are implemented that target markets geographically. Projects are executed at the local level first so that effective, efficient methods for generating traction can be put into play before scaling them regionally, nationally and globally.

By Sector

Business | Education | Environment | Government

Health | Infrastructure | Justice | Media

The Local Advisory Board (LAB) in each city holds town hall meetings to vote on the issue(s) they wish to address. The project topic dictates the makeup of the team that is employed to execute it. Subject matter experts are categorized by market sector.

Subject Matter Experts

Plans and challenges are unique to their environment and circumstances. Viable plan creation, and durable solution development often requires specific expertise.

Planning Synergies PBC partners with subject matter experts (SMEs) that help teams execute successful projects. A Coach’s Corner exists on the user interface listing the types of expertise available.

In general, geographical and sector-based experts are available in the communities we do business in. If you are a commercial and/or community expert with an interest in generating income helping project participants, we’d love to hear from you.

 

Challenge Management

Standardization

Using a common methodology to manage plans, challenges and change standardizes challenge management across the entire platform spectrum.

This is a powerful concept.

Collective planning allows large numbers of people from remote locations to engage in hierarchical projects. Distributed challenge management paves the way to the development of solutions to complex problems by enabling the dissemination of tasks to categorical experts with pertinent knowledge. Distributed change management allows for continuous, expeditious improvements in performance.

No-code software applications

Create and distribute applications without writing software code.

Technology is prominent in most industries today. This creates barriers for people lacking software development skills. RapiFly overcomes these barriers, making it possible for experts, businesses and citizens to create and deliver applications without writing software code.

Subscribers can create custom applications that accommodate any number of situations. Application libraries expedite the development and execution of projects. Plans can be reused and altered to meet similar circumstances. Solutions that address common scenarios can be redeployed.

  • Create external apps that service customers.
  • Create internal apps that manage operations and improve skills.
  • Create new services that generate incremental revenue.
  • Improve efficiencies by automating existing processes.