Invoicing and budgeting made easy. All your invoices and documents secured. Automatic statistics and graphs makes it easy to track budget and expenses. Visit their website
Archive for November, 2012
Mobile apps for fashion retail. Visit their website
Rawstream secures organisations against internet malware and put them in control of internet usage. We guarantee a positive ROI in two weeks. Visit their website
Measures people´s reputation as a worldwide 360 feedback. Visit their website
We enable hosting providers to offer cost-effective cloud hosting for web applications based on Ruby on Rails, Java, Node.js, Django, PHP and more.Our complete Platform-as-a-Service solution consists of an efficient cloud computing backend, admin dashboard, provisioning system and an easy to use end-user controlpanel.The virtualization-based backend enables hundreds of customers per commodity server – only consuming resources when websites are actually visited.
Mens’ ecommerce is too often womens’ ecommerce with the pinks turned blue. BRANDiD is built from the pixel up for the way men shop. We focus on great humour, and great UX. Visit their website
Repairy is the automotive CRM. It’s software increases customer service in repair shops with consolidation of all requests via ecommerce and elimination of paperwork utilisng SMS and email. Visit their website
We help investors to get financial data where getting prices is tough. We make access to emerging markets cheap and efficient by providing real time data collection, data analysis, data storage, trading infrastructure and local contact base management in remote markets. Visit their website
The second of The Kernel’s discussion breakfasts, in partnership with Forsyth Group, was a great success.
This morning, The Kernel, in partnership with our friends at Forsyth Group, hosted the second in a series of six exclusive discussion breakfasts.
Guest of honour and Mashery chief executive Oren Michels spoke about the significance – and pricing models – of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) businesses with a hand-picked audience of 25 investors, entrepreneurs and experts.
A general discussion followed, fuelled by a full English and lubricated with mimosas for those brave enough to get merry with us at 8 a.m.
Conversation at The Kernel’s discussion breakfasts is strictly off-the-record.
We’re also announcing today that the next Kernel discussion breakfast will take place in February, on the subject of “gaming and gambling”.
The breakfast is timed to coincide with the ICE conference in London. We’ll release more information about it in the new year.
We expect to host chief executives of some of the biggest gaming and gambling companies on the planet, along with investors who are active in the space.
We’d like to thank Brett Putter and Forsyth Group for their support and our guests for coming along and sharing their insights.