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B4UGO Inc.

B4UGO aggregates wait times at popular destinations and displays them on the web and smartphones so that you can avoid the line.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Internet / Web Services
  • Location United States
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2009
  • Employees 3
  • Website

Company Summary

Based in San Francisco, B4UGO incorporated in 2009 and patented a solution to waiting at popular destinations ranging from restaurants to the DMV. By displaying aggregated wait times at crowded places, B4UGO offers users the means to minimize the time they waste waiting in lines and operators the means to manage those lines to their advantage. Our customers include the owners of those places and the search giants who index them.


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    David Trollman

    I've spun up a dozen businesses and orgs after a career in SW engineering and bus dev, but B4UGO is the one.

    Degrees from Harvard and Stanford brought me to a distinguished career as a software engineer and analyst at Litton. I then transitioned into busdev for Venture Research, where I founded the Wireless Comms alliance and co-founded startups in healthcare, transportation, mobile portals, and geolocation. B4UGO's wait time patent is mine.

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    Richard Fuller
    Chief Technology Officer

    Now CTO of B4UGO, Dr. Fuller also serves as Dir of the Wireless Comms Alliance and chairs its LBS SIG. Co-founder and managing partner of GeoTrax until its acquisition two years later by 3SI Security, he also co-founded Traxsis, where he was VPEng until its acquisition by Axiom. He worked at the GPS Lab at Stanford and as chief system architect at Space Systems/Loral, holds several GPS-related patents, and earned his PhD from Stanford.

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    Rodney Carvalho
    Sr Web Developer

    Developer of B4UGO's website, Rodney has been developing software in C++/C#/Ruby since 2000 and applications on API’s from Yelp, Twitter, and Facebook. For 4 years he ran a Ruby consulting company with five senior developers doing projects for Pioneer Electronics, LinkedIn, and France Telecom. He was the co-founder and CEO of ScrumNinja, an online Scrum tool, and holds a BSEE from Santa Clara.