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Cool Companies Interview Series: 123ContactForm

Posted on June 2nd, 2014 by

I recently had the pleasure of chatting with Florin Cornianu, CEO and Co-Founder of 123ContactFrom, a SaaS company that has grown steadily over the last few years. Started out by fulfilling a need for creating web forms and surveys the easy way, 123ContactForm has evolved beyond a stand-alone SaaS solution to widen its ecosystems of partners. Applications in the Cloud and integrations between services are in high demand and will continue to be – read on… […]

“Mobile Is The Next Internet”- The WebAppTool Vision

Posted on April 16th, 2014 by

We’ve had the opportunity to chat recently with Micha Willemse, the COO of WebAppTool, a very cool online mobile app toolkit start-up out of The Netherlands. Insightful commentary, a remarkable company vision and a very generous discount coupon code offered to you, the reader. Dive in and enjoy! […]

Top Ten Ways to Improve Mobile Shopping Cart Conversions

Posted on December 20th, 2012 by

Smaller, mobile screens are increasingly indispensable tools used to perform day-to-day activities, changing mundane tasks like no other computing paradigm before them. The frenetic, consumer-driven explosion of mobile device and the new breed of always-connected users are changing commerce, from local brick and mortar outlets to cloud-powered online stores serving a global audience. It’s only natural—and even necessary—to optimize the shopping cart for scenarios involving mobile devices, especially considering industry growth trends. […]

The Channel Never Stays Still

Posted on December 5th, 2012 by

We’ve been talking a lot lately about the sales channel and how its role keeps evolving, particularly given the shift to the cloud and subscription-based software sales.

We recently noticed that MicroScope UK is celebrating 30 years of covering the channel. In recognition of this anniversary, the magazine is promoting a Looking to the Future survey on the channel. What they are saying echoes our beliefs as well. If one thing has become clear over the past three decades, it’s definitely that the channel never stays still. Rather, as MicroScope notes, the channel is continually evolving and getting ready for the future. Software vendors who pay attention to the evolution of the channel will survive; those who expect to keep doing the same will not, no matter how good their product may be. […]