Every software performs well in the lab, but beta testing offers a company crucial insight into how its users interact with the product in real-world settings. In our case, putting Plex.Earth 4 in beta mode was a strategic decision. One of our beta testers, Myles Russel, Senior Civil Coordinator at Farrell's Excavating Limited, got his hands dirty testing our software and gave us an interview describing his great experience with Plex.Earth 4!
What a week! With the latest release of our software coming out in the following few months (for the time being you can become a beta tester for free), we have some exciting news to share with you
For the last months, our development team has been very busy in building the new version of our flagship product, Plex.Earth 4.
We're all excited having added some unique features to our software, and although our new version is in beta version, we would like to share a sneak peek at these new capabilities.
We won with OPAP!
OPAP is best known as the giant company running Greece’s state lotteries, though we didn’t win the lottery (even if it feels like it from here!). Instead, we’ve been awarded a spot in their very special program called "Business Growth".
Plex.Earth is used by thousands of engineers around the world but it can also facilitate the work of various other professionals. In this case, it found its way in the court of law!
Will you be around Athens' center this weekend? If so, don't miss the chance to be in the Startup Safary. Plenty of events will take place, with many interesting people from various disciplines.
We're going to be there and share our experience on what it takes to create an internationally best-selling product out of an everyday problem.
Are you looking for the push you need to transform your solution into a business opportunity?
Do you need to overpass technical or business-related obstacles? We've been through all of this, creating and evolving Plex.Earth, so, we'll be very glad to meet and talk with you!
Last week we spent a couple of days in Ioannina, one of the most beautiful cities in Greece, well known for its history and amazing natural beauty.
Also, it's a city full of energy. There, a bunch of children, from a very active local art school, put their best to transform the front wall of an abandoned building into a point of interest for the whole town.
Kids grabbed a paintbrush and gave an immediate answer to a very critical question: how can we make our life prettier?
What a way to begin Friday!
It was just few weeks ago when I received a phone call from Aristides Loukrezis. Hadn't heard his name before, but I immediately realized that a very interesting guy was on the other end of the line.