The product is primarily targeted towards VC industry (especially Silicon Valley, where the competition is extremely high), PE funds and Corp developments (for M&A discovery) and is being monetisation via subscription fee.
The update hasn’t been rolled to apps, but we definitely applaud the company for listening to its users.
And Indians (VCs/startup babas) are still wondering where are the global Indian startups? Zendesk has acknowledged, but not the local ecosystem.
That is, the new design is a prelude to next set of actions, which surely involves a possible acquisition deal (isn’t Yelp already in touch with Zomato?). And Zomato needs to start preparing for the A-day (A = acquisition) today!
Don’t you think Nokia should have played on its own strength (build quality/brand trust) rather than ride on Android to sell devices?
User experience is not about user interface. It’s about an experience that makes a certain action easy. The larger picure is that a great user experience brings trust for the brand.
Homeshop18 has booked $51 million in sales for the 12 months ended September 30, 2013. The company plans to list under the symbol HS.
These babas carry a heavy (social media) clout (or klout scores) and are extremely well connected. They have followers who call them ‘sir’ and won’t take anything against their ‘god’.
At NextBigWhat, we started an internal discussion thread on a list of successful indie apps from Indian app developers. To tell you the truth, we really struggled to come up with a definitive list. A country which boasts of a…