Will Scully-Power

Ragic database start-up launches in Asia
October 11, 2009, 10:54 pm
Filed under: Data, Techcrunch


5-man startup Ragic wants to take on big enterprise solution companies like Salesforce with a dead simple database creation tool that’s based on a spreadsheet UI. Ragic claims their users can build a full-scale enterprise application like Salesforce’s account management system by themselves in about an hour – without any coding. Alternatively, users can customize and deploy applications offered by Ragic, i.e. their issue tracking or employee management solutions (Ragic’s own account management system is here).

The six applications Ragic currently offers are free to use for a limited time and are as easy to use as Excel. The company earns money by charging customers on a monthly basis (just like Salesforce in the form of a Platform as a Service model) and selling OEM licenses to web design companies.

More: http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/10/11/techcrunchcrunchgear-meetup-taipei-6-taiwanese-startups-demo-their-services/


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