He developed an affordable, cloud-based dispatching software product but wasn’t sure how to bring it to market.
The entrepreneur-in-residence program at the College of Engineering and Computer Science — a collaboration between CSUF’s Center for Entrepreneurship and ECS — encouraged him to compete in the CSUF Startup Competition for a chance to win customized launch support in the CSUF Startup Incubator.
Bryan won the competition and now has a team of advisers helping him grow his company, 10-8 Systems. His software is used in 48 states for disaster response; it saved more than 650 lives in Hurricane Dorian.
Bryan credits CSUF’s entrepreneurship resources for putting him on the path to success — making his dream of improving public safety a reality.