Agnitor has independent experts on the panel — mostly crowdsourced using a stringent Agnitor framework of onboarding by clearly defining and articulating the goals, conducting thorough background checks on potential problems with quality, security, integration, and support.
Independent consultants, technology, and management experts, global practitioners can sign into Agnitor network as an expert resource with their availability cycles. Organizations with an additional or untapped inventory of their talent can also sponsor their in-house experts to join the Agnitor network.
Inability to find enough IT resources with in-depth domain knowledge, skills, and experience; massive shortage of talent in geography for a particular budget; lower reliability of people accepting the offer and joining the company on time as committed.
Resource constraints and increased high personnel costs; Ongoing demand and supply in the talent market are forcing organizations to hire more; Lower productivity and increased training/transition costs; Inability to plan and forecast new business and Staff alignment.
Increasing and encouraging innovative solutions; organizations don’t have time or money to innovate in new market areas; championing open innovation from the crowd — the large pool of community talent; crowdsourcing ideas beyond borders.
"Crowdsourcing has proven advantageous for generating creative ideas, achieving scientific breakthroughs, and raising awareness or pooling knowledge among key stakeholder groups." — Gartner
Virtuos Agnitor Consultants can find problems that are better solved by the crowd. Usually these problems involve nuances that are difficult to standardize or automate, or they require specific skills that are unavailable or in scarcity.
We help organizations in choosing an appropriate crowdsourcing approach. Understanding the contours of a given problem facing the IT environment leads to the selection of the right crowdsourcing approach.
We work with the clients to study the crowd, learning the needs, desires, and expectations that can be accomplished through Agnitor Expertise Crowd (AEC) or any other crowds. Major activities include the designing of AEC workflow, and align resources.
Any crowdsourcing can present significant pitfalls, including out-of-control monetary and labour costs, security vulnerabilities, and quality control issues. But with AEC, there are collateral benefits that come with well-executed Virtuos.PLUS project methodology.
The Knowledge Discovery and Management (KDM) amplifies an organization’s ability to find and gather critical information into a single place by tasking the Agnitor Crowd with on-the-ground reconnaissance. For example Agnitor KDM Crowd works very well for generating Knowledge base and conducting audits within organizations.
Broadcast search is an ideation problem which is quite different from a management problem. An organization would turn to a broadcast search crowdsourcing approach if their internal R&D or Analytics teams are unable to find a solution for any Data Science or blockchain, AI / Machine Learning or most advanced challenges.
The Distributed Human Intelligence Tasking (DHIT) approach involves an organization using a crowd to assist in the analysis of a dataset that’s already in-hand and has been decomposed into smaller microtasks. For example tasks related to verification, cleaning, labeling or transformation of data (most commonly referred as Data Crowd).
The Peer-Vetted Creative Production (PVCP) will be used to provide both a creation solution to a given problem brief and as assessment of other ideas that have been submitted. The PVCP process allows crowds to have a say in creating and vetting ideas from which they will ultimately benefit. Examples include conducting a poll for a creative logo, advertising, etc.
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