If the fares for the flights you’ve booked falls by more than the associated change fees, Pricewatch automatically reprices your tickets to give you the cheaper fare.
How SupportBee works is simple, the tickets in this case have only two states Answered & Unanswered, helping companies to resolve their customers’ problems. With an interface that resembles Gmail, SupportBee also has a feature rich API, which the companies can integrate into their product as per their needs.
Muziboo is another lobby-less victim of that powerful predatory cabal that is the music industry.
Here’s a quick recap of all the great stuff we published this week.
And Indians (VCs/startup babas) are still wondering where are the global Indian startups? Zendesk has acknowledged, but not the local ecosystem.
Here goes THE NEXTBIGWHAT list of NEXTBIGWHAT in Indian Startups space. You can’t ignore them.
One of the hardest things about teaching people to code is to teach them the non coding skills/mindset needed for a programming job. In this post, Prateek Dayal, the CEO & Co-Founder of SupportBee talks about the most important skills for programmers.
Hello Gateways!, your merchants needs food not air i.e. they need 99% successful transaction not 0% processing fee.
On Friday, 9 startups said good bye to the Microsoft Accelerator after four months at the program. Here’s a quick look at the outgoing batch.
So you have a product/an app and you launched a new feature. How do you tell the world? You blog about it and share the blog update with the social world (Tweets/Facebook). But about your existing app users/site visitors? How will they come to know?
This post compares two services with different approaches to teaching beginners – Teamtreehouse and Codelearn.
What to expect at UnPluggd? Well, a lot of practical insights, networking and importantly, witness to the launch of India’s promising early stage startups.
TableGrabber has now expanded to Mumbai which has vibrant and unique food scene. They are now actively exploring the possibility of expanding to other metropolitan cities of the country. The website interface has seen a facelift since the last time.
Indian startups have come of age. Like every year, we bring together India’s most amazing startups that were spotted. This year was a big year for startups with lots of great moves. Take a look some of the greatest startups of India from 2012.
As far as industry segments are concerned, E-commerce is the most strongly identified industry (24% of the selected), which is then followed by Mobile & Wireless (10%), Media (10%), IT & Enterprise Software (10%) and Social Media & Social Networks (10%).
Ticketing for the upcoming edition of UnPluggd (scheduled for December 1st, Bangalore) is live and as always we have kept it startup friendly.