Low-code / no-code tools are a type of software development platform that allows Start-up Founders to create business/technology solutions without having to write code. These platforms are becoming increasingly popular due to their ease of use and ability to quickly create applications, without having to hire software developers to build Minimum Viable Products (MVP’s) and sometimes full-scale applications.
Website builders have become increasingly popular in recent years. They offer a great way to create a professional and polished website without the need to learn to code. Let’s look at five I think are great to work with:
Customers around the world are buying more and more online. There is an ever-growing need for reliable and powerful eCommerce solutions. When it comes to choosing an eCommerce platform for a growing business, three of the most popular and powerful options are WooCommerce, Shopify, and BigCommerce.
The world of ecommerce is constantly evolving and changing in response to new technology, new trends, and the ever-changing needs of consumers, and 2023 has a lot in store!.
Build A Better Way To Work. Airtable’s intuitive yet powerful platform gives everyone the flexibility to create their own solution and make work flow faster.
Excited to be kicking off Roadmap to MVP with RISE (RISE Windsor-Essex), WEtech (Windsor Regional Innovation Center), and Haltech (Halton Regional Innovation Center).
Wishing everyone a very happy 2021 holiday season. May it be full of warmth and cheer. And let’s all hope the new year is full of peace and joy!
Over the last seven weeks, it has been incredibly rewarding to lead the Roadmap to MVP Program – a partnership between Haltech and Silicon Halton.
One of the most important things that a business owner has to decide in their Ecommerce Journey, is the route they are going to take in their application strategy: package implementation, SAAS, or custom implementation.
This week I attended the Collision Conference 2019 in Toronto. Felt like I was drinking from a tech fire hose for three days. Wowed by the amount to speakers, sessions, and topics. I learned a lot. 10 things I’d like to share: