Posts Tagged ‘software’

OSU Freshman Builds Software Company Developing Apps for Autistic Children

OSU Freshman Builds Software Company Developing Apps for Autistic Children
Not a lot of 18-year-olds can say they are CEO of their own company. But one OSU Freshman has been creating apps as leader of Pufferfish Software since she was 15. In three years Megan Holstein has developed and expanded the company’s offerings to five apps aimed at helping autistic children. “All...
January 3rd, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More

SnagMobile Makes Ordering Mobile

SnagMobile Makes Ordering Mobile
A new app is here to ensure you don’t miss one play of the big game or lose your lounge chair at the pool. With SnagMobile patrons can order food directly from a venue’s menu with their smart phone and have it delivered to their location. Banter with a friend during an hour-long wait for beers at...
August 1st, 2013 | Business Profiles | Read More

Build a Custom Electric Guitar with Orphanage Guitars

Build a Custom Electric Guitar with Orphanage Guitars
Two brothers are out to change the concept of custom guitars. Matt and Jonathon Harris recently founded Orphanage Guitars, a custom-design electric guitar company that uses the latest technology to produce one-of-a kind instruments. Matt and Jonathon are music lovers at heart. They played in Columbus-based...
July 26th, 2013 | Business Profiles | Read More

Dan Rockwell of Big Kitty Labs: Your Questions Answered

Dan Rockwell of Big Kitty Labs: Your Questions Answered
Who better to answer questions about tech and software startups than Dan Rockwell, co-founder of Big KittyLabs, where dive-in and make it happen are words to live by. Rockwell started BKL in 2009 as a place to turn experiments and big ideas into reality. No stranger to startups, in 2008 Rockwell also...
June 26th, 2013 | Frequently Asked Questions | Read More

Accrew helps accountants manage client relationships, reporting

Accrew helps accountants manage client relationships, reporting
The creators of a software application designed to minimize the time and effort accounting professionals put into managing clients and reporting are now accepting beta registrations for their new solution. The application, called Accrew, gives accountants a cloud-based dashboard that allows them to manage...
April 30th, 2013 | Announcements | Read More

Service companies becoming product software companies

Service companies becoming product software companies
We’re seeing a trend. Service companies are becoming product companies. More precisely, they are becoming software companies. Service companies, especially those that are project based, are looking for ways to develop a recurring revenue component to their business. A project-based service company...
March 13th, 2013 | Your Digital Business | Read More

eWebSchedule helps service businesses reduce overtime, ensure shift coverage

eWebSchedule helps service businesses reduce overtime, ensure shift coverage
New web-based employee scheduling software aims to eliminate paper, reduce overtime, and ensure shift coverage. Since eWebSchedule −developed by a Westerville company of the same name− is cloud-based, schedules can be modified anytime, anywhere to accommodate time-off requests or the need to expand...
September 10th, 2012 | Business Profiles | Read More

Case Close helps lawyers run their practices more efficiently

Case Close helps lawyers run their practices more efficiently
CEO and Co-Founder Brian Augsburger Attorneys at small and medium-sized law firms are generally very pressed for time, as they often lack the support services available at large firms. Thankfully web-based legal practice management software, such as Case Close, is helping lawyers run their practices...
October 31st, 2011 | Business Profiles | Read More