Pioneers of AI-based SaaS Platforms

Intelliber utilizes every area of client’s Personal, Professional, and Social Landscapes

Intelliber's Visionary Founders and Trailblazing Journey

J Ranjan, the visionary founder of Intelliber, brings a wealth of experience, holding an EPSM qualification from IIMC and an MBA from James Cook University in Singapore, along with 8 years of professional expertise. As a seasoned seller and marketer, he firmly believes that an employee's value to a company can be best gauged by the tangible results they produce.

Around five years ago, fate brought him into contact with Ashish Rohilla during an event at the Constitution Club of India. Mr. Ranjan was deeply impressed by Rohilla's early adoption of the Internet industry in India. What truly resonated with Ashish Rohilla was Ranjan's unique ability to navigate the realms of innovation, disruption, and visionary thinking, all while staying grounded in practical realities.

In 2014, from Delaware, this dynamic duo embarked on the journey to establish Intelliber—an innovative and intelligently-driven startup specializing in AI-based SaaS solutions spanning the domains of social enterprise, cloud accounting, e-learning, content intelligence, analytics, and social networking.

Their unwavering confidence in building an exceptional founding team has made Intelliber the proud home of the world's first artificially intelligent, consumer-focused, and factor-based networking and productivity platform, known as

With a cutting-edge global technology platform, exceptional customer service, and a team of experts well-versed in global markets, Intelliber empowers clients worldwide to meet their unique needs through a diverse range of services, including Data, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Robotics Automation, Business Intelligence, and Analytics platforms.

With offices in New York and Jamshedpur, the company's expansion plans include establishing a presence in Bangalore by the end of 2016. Notably, Intelliber is an active member of OIN (Open Invention Network) and has earned recognition as a top alpha startup at events like Web Summit in Dublin, Rise Conference in Hong Kong, and Collision Conference in the USA, where it was selected as an alpha startup in April 2016. Furthermore, Intelliber was honored with the Queens Best Business 2015 award in New York.

Empowering End Users Across Diverse Arenas

Intelliber wanted to let end users be everything they are and utilize every area of their personal, professional, and social landscapes. It has multiple products across various fields like enterprise networking, social networking, eLearning, accounting, and content networking. As such, they are playing across various target segments.

They believe that they can cater to all of these segments seamlessly. With its enterprise networking platform Convask (, they are facilitating collaboration between employees of small and medium businesses (Convask is also perfectly scalable).

With Socialyk (, they are uniting marketers and customers like never before. Similarly, they are bringing together news readers and conference lovers from all around the globe with Contentuals (

As a startup, the company realized their end users have connected anyway. Intelliber wanted to aid and enhance the level of productive interactions with their end users through the integration of predictive and planned elements within their products.

Using Data Analytics for Business Insights

Challenges and Ambitious Goals of Intelliber

Being a startup, they had terrible challenges hiring great resources due to lack of funds and the financial insecurity which comes into the minds of probable employees. Right from the day of inception, Intelliber has had an aggressive approach towards fundraising.

Their seed fund came through two folks at TCS and Cognizant against 0% equity. The biggest challenge the company faced during the fundraiser was asymmetrical information processes being used to grade them as a bad or good risk.

The immediate goal of the firm is to focus on user traction across Socialyk, Convask, and Contentuals and ensure their customers get the best platforms for their requirements. Intelliber is also looking to close its Seed to Series 'A rounds soonest' within the next 2 months.

Revenue wise the company is targeting figures of around $2 million over the next year. Long term goal is to beg one of the best employers apart from being a Fortune 500 company in another 6-8 years.

The company follows product-based revenue models. On Convask, they are freemium, and it happens to be free for companies with up to 5 user posts, which they charge $5 per user per month.

Contentuals, their content intelligence and analytics platform, operates on a subscription model offering a 30-day trial. They offer basic content management solutions at a rate of $14.99 per user per month.

Additional charges apply for features like detailed analytics. On Socialyk, their business model is multifaceted, encompassing in-depth data analytics, subscriptions, marketplace transactions, advertisements, CPC (Cost Per Click), impressions, and a modular structure.

Market Research-Driven USP

"Our USP is in the detailed market research that we do to find the white spaces in the industries we cater to. All our platforms are end-user-led, which is why we can provide ease of use and time-saving applications.

We can make our clients more productive and efficient. There are a lot of processes in the ways we prioritize R&D during product development, filling in market gaps through the addition of features and tools which enable our end-users analytically," says J Ranjan.

"Most of the AI solutions solve a particular set of problems. We are different from many players in the sense we are futurist and predictive and enable our end users with default market research, and market segmentation.

Our products take into factors that determine how consumers and marketplaces behave. What sets us apart is the fact we power our users instead of just helping them achieve a certain solution," he added further.

Key Officials

J Ranjan

J Ranjan, CEO and founder of Intelliber, participated in the EPSM program of the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta from 2012-13 and James Cook University for MBA in International Business.

Prior to joining Intelliber, J Ranjan gained experience at Prodintel, Samsung, and DI. He actively contributes to the startup ecosystem by serving as an external judge, mentor, and seed investor for startups incubated at BITS campuses throughout India.

Additionally, he plays a key role as a syndicate member at Tracxnlabs, offering valuable guidance to early-stage startups. J Ranjan holds a degree in Strategic HR and Marketing from the University of Wollongong in Dubai and leverages his expertise to assist companies in transitioning from small to large-sized enterprises.

Ashish Rohilla

Ashish Rohilla, co-founder and CTO of Intelliber attended Hult International Business School for a degree of MBA.

As the Chief Technology Officer at Intelliber, his role involves comprehending unmet innovation and technical requirements from their current and prospective clients, identifying new business opportunities and growth avenues, and aligning market development strategies with the technology and product innovation team.

Mr. Rohilla has worked as a Management, Innovation, Strategy, and Technology [MIST] consultant with eight years of experience in IT-enabled services. His roles include defining, designing, and implementing product development strategies.


"We have got great user response on our platforms so far. For example, one of our products, Convask, which is an enterprise networking platform, has at present 11000 users, of which 2600 are paid users.

The user base is growing at 32% in month on Convask. Similarly, for Socialyk, which went live in January 2016, we already have around 10,000 users on our alpha platform.

Contextual, which is a content spread, news circulation, and events platform, offers content intelligence and analytics to bloggers and content marketers across the world and sees around 50 thousand UV hits monthly as of now," Intelliber expressed.

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