Stonly, a Paris and Krakow-based startup, allows users to customize how-to guides and learning modules for their web pages. Alex Fogel, Co-founder and CEO of Stonly, talks about the inspirations behind Stonly, the challenges the company hopes to solve, and how AWS has helped it scale.
Public speaking tool InStage uses VR software to create scenarios in which users can practice presentations. Co-founder Imran Mouna describes how the company was founded, who its primary users are, and what’s next in 2019.
Adikteev Co-founder & CRO, Emilien Eychenne, shares how his Paris-based startup utilizes in-app data for more effective retargeting, who his customers are, and what he values about the French startup scene.
Mobile tech startup Aircall is simplifying call center software solutions. Head of Sales Chalom Malka talks about goals, data collection, Aircall’s customer base, and the future of cloud-based mobile technology.
Ever wondered how growing startups use AWS to build, scale, and change the ways their customers live and work? Read on to learn how three London-based mobile app startups got their starts and what AWS tools and services they used to launch their MVPs.
Elad Mardix is the President of Clarifruit, an Israel-based startup whose mobile application monitors and analyzes fruit quality and ripeness. At the AWS Summit: Tel Aviv, he spoke to us about the technology behind the app, where he wants the company to be in five years, and how AWS is helping them get there.
Have you ever experienced notification fatigue? That’s the industry term for when your mobile apps prompt you to act so often that the notifications themselves become a burden, rather than a helpful reminder. Neura aims to change that.
When Branch Metrics grew from zero to billions of daily transactions their engineering team had a major storage challenge that was far beyond their expectations.
Startups are almost all founded on an idea that sounds a bit crazy at the beginning. From Uber to Airbnb, companies’ early days are often marked by doubts, until one day they’re planning to go public and we’re all wondering how we lived without them. Well, what3words may fall firmly in that category.
Yotam Spenser, Head of Data Engineering at WalkMe, discusses the nature of the WalkMe Insights product offering, some of the challenges that arose as they developed this technology, and how they came to a solution.