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Build a customer-facing app like a SaaS company

1 month ago   |   By InfoWorld

What's the difference between a non-technology company building a customer-facing app and a tech company building and supporting a software-as-a-service product? One might suggest differences in the target number of customer segments, audience size, scale, business model, or other usage factors. But many businesses deploy large-scale customer-facing apps with e-commerce and subscription revenue models as part of their business offerings. Are your banking, insurance, or healthcare tools apps or SaaS? We might not be buying this technology, but we certainly expect easy-to-use interfaces...
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All I want is one productivity app that can handle everything

All I want is one productivity app that can handle everything

1 month ago   |   By The Verge

There are too many productivity apps out there. | Photo by Victoria Song / The Verge
I'm an organized person. I have to be. Writing is a deadline-oriented job, and I have the working memory of an elderly goldfish. Gone are the days when I could store an entire week's worth of events, deadlines, and schedules in my head. Now, all of that stuff needs to live somewhere tangible.
The problem is, there isn't a single app that can handle the majority of my needs. By my count, there are at least 10 productivity apps I use on a daily basis to function - and they all suck.
There's Airtable for work...
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