Thank You: Playmakers Roll Out 2.0 System and App

September 17, 2012

Today, we officially launched our Playcaller App and our new 2.0 Playmaker Influence Decision System.  What began as an idea in 1995 progressed through the Playmaker system 1.0 (a.k.a., The Playmaker’s Standard), the publishing of a book (The Elements of Influence), the founding of a company (Playmaker Systems, LLC), world class engagements with Fortune 500 […]

Playmaker Systems Releases Influence Decision System 2.0

September 17, 2012

First Patented Decision System for Influence Professionals Perfected by Exhaustive Field Testing at Fortune 500 Corporations and Leading Research Universities. White Paper Details System’s Evolution BETHESDA, MD – September 17, 2012 – Influence is arguably the most important outcome of any communications, political, or information warfare campaign.  It is also the most difficult to manage and […]

Playmaker Systems Releases Mobile App for On-the-Go Strategy

September 17, 2012

Playcaller Helps Communications, Social Media, Marketing, Sales, Politics and Military Teams Read Opponents and Pinpoint Best Plays to Influence BETHESDA, MD – September 17, 2012 – Playmaker Systems, a consultancy and developer of systems and standards for influence professionals, today announced the availability of Playcaller™, a first-of-its-kind iOS app optimized for iPad and iPad mini that provides […]

Playmakers Preview Their New Playcaller™ iOS App

August 3, 2012

Sneak Peek at MoDevDC in July. Our Playcaller app, backed by the The Standard Table of Influence, marks our first foray into taking our patented decision-support system to a mobile platform. Expected in App Store during August! App Premiere Event: Playcaller Preview

Kelly at Wharton

May 14, 2012

Last autumn, Playmaker CEO Alan Kelly spoke at the prestigious Wharton School of Business’ Mack Center for Technological Innovation at the University of Pennsylvania.  He elaborated on his presentation during a post-conference interview, where he discussed the need for standards and how they can accelerate innovation through increased understanding and decreased subjectivity.

You can watch the interview here.