Startup Builds

Startup Builds are process pathways to streamline startup development requirements into a set of programmable blocks for the final application buildout. They create a build process with CRS and MPM pipelines for source codes, compilation, unit testing, packaging, and other requirements for a successful CI/CD. 

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Launch your projects to trusted participants in minutes and power up your pipelines with the most potent and flexible participatory mechanism built for the twin digital-green transition





Create comprehensive engagement pipelines that are vital to the success of your project. Understand and respond to the risks and opportunities with continuous learning modules





Infuse pipelines to validate research, results, and reports. Establish dynamic methods capable of evaluating and increasing possibilities within research and development communities


Publish builds for institutional issues

Publish builds for sector-based industry issues

Publish builds for social and community issues

Publish builds for the city and regional issues

Publish builds for consortium issues

Publish builds for government issues


Boost scientific values with research builds

Design new apps and dApps with design builds

Launch DevOps projects with development builds

Create and maintain policy builds for optimal results

Integrate new solutions with integration builds

Make systems work together with interoperation builds

Launch project paths for real-time production
Design and deploy programs with active delivery channels

Launch product bounties with dedicated DevOps tools

Run process design and optimization with bounties

Create work station for platform development
Run competence cells for system innovation

Boost build streams with CRS for optimal results

Integrate badges and share your portfolio anywhere

Digital certificates for builds: CoA, CoQ , CoE , CoI

Leverage micro-credentials for skills and competencies

Join commerces and match with ecosystem leaders

Participate in awards for ecosystem champions

A credential is considered stackable when it is part of a sequence of industry-recognized credentials accumulated over time to demonstrate an individual’s expanded knowledge and competencies, help them advance within a career pathway, and enable the learner to earn family-sustaining wages
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