Who Are We?
If you ever imagined what software’s mightiest heroes would be like, you would probably imagine us. We don’t have a theme song yet, but we sure would look good on a poster with our arms folded and vaguely hostile looks on our faces. We’re more international than the date line, with developers from Malta to Ireland to India. Like our future customers, we’re obsessed with defeating villainous advertising. Our goal from day one has been to push the limits of what is possible in a complex app, which is why we’ve been so popular with big corporate clients for so long.
We like to think of ourselves as modern day Robin Hoods. While we aren’t going to be lighting up the scoreboard with our archery skills, we will definitely be lighting up your mobile device with an app you can use to not only put money back in your pocket, but avoid the irrelevant and annoying advertising you really weren’t interested in to begin with.
Our app is an example of using technology to solve problems, which is the reason our team came together in the first place. We gathered around a vision, we’ve invested an enormous amount of time and effort and we’ve dedicated ourselves to pursuing a better way of doing things. Why? Because we’ve seen our tech in action, and we know it is what will make your life better.
It should come as no surprise we’re just as unsatisfied with the current marketing model as everyone else. Sure, advertisers are always looking for you, but what if you’re looking for a deal? Why should you miss out on great offers because you can’t find it through all the noise on your screen?
The answer is you shouldn’t, and starting now you won’t, because our app is designed to flip the advertising model directly on its head.
Risks and Challenges
Taking the next step is always a risk. That’s why we planned ahead. We asked businesses, executives, consumers and everyone in between to tell us where the advertising and marketing model had to be improved. We had that data carved into stone tablets before we got anywhere near building our first prototypes, and that’s why we think we’ve got a sizable head start.
But that wasn’t enough. Not by a long shot. We went out and recruited a software company to back us up. Now we’ve got two teams of arms-folded heroes, and we’re still not done.
Our advantage is the one a famous military leader once described as “getting there firstest with the mostest.” That exactly what we’re going to do. By the time the competition gets their shoes on, we’re going to be halfway to Toledo.