Spreadsheets are like Swiss Army Knives for startups: They are cheap and often free, and you can use it for a multitude of tasks.
But as startups mature, they’ll need move away from spreadsheets into more specialized apps either for CRM, database and project management. The transition can be painful however, as the team will have to get used to the new system.
One way to remove the stress is to allow companies to create database apps using spreadsheets, and that is what Taiwan startup Ragic has done.
A top ten finalist of Echelon 2012, a major technology conference that will be held in Singapore, Ragic makes it possible for non-technical users to build apps without coding. Read more
The 10 finalists for Echelon 2012, a major technology startup conference in Singapore, has been announced. They will be pitching on stage at the event to vie for the title of Most Promising Startup.
The startups come from the following countries: Singapore, Indonesia, Taiwan, Japan, the Philippines and Thailand. At this moment, they are fine-tuning their actual day pitches with the e27 team, who are the organizers of the event.
Here’s a list of the finalists (descriptions by e27): Read more
Organized by tech blog e27 for the third year running, Echelon 2012 is a key startup launchpad in Asia with over 1,100 delegates in attendance and 50 startups exhibiting in the Marketplace. The two-day, double-track event, which will be held on 11th and 12th June, plays host to a list of distinguished speakers who will discuss the latest trends in Asia’s startup scene.
The conference will also feature a startup pitch competition, where 10 companies will take the stage to win the audience and the judges over — and hopefully secure their next round of investments. These finalists were selected from a series of Satellite events held around Asia earlier in the year.
In this page, you will find everything we have about the conference and the startups that are being showcased. Check back here often as we’ll constantly update it with more content. Read more