“We’re finally mature and ready for primetime,” said co-founder James Tamplin in a call with VentureBeat yesterday. They’ve got the funding, they’ve got the big-name customers. Can they capture the long tail, too?
Point.io launches today. It’s a backend-as-a-service startup for both “geeks” and “suits,” to use the startup’s terminology, and it’s making its debut with a nice $1.5 million seed round.
Everyone knows that mobile, social, cloud, and data are big freight trains of change that are blowing up old business models and old business practices. But let’s face it: that train is in the station. What’s next?
Guest Post As cloud service matures, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists are re-segmenting the market. Get ready for some silly sounding — but very lucrative — new acronyms, like BaaS (backend as a service).
It seems these days that not a week rolls by without some new, buzzword-tricked-out development platform launches. But FatFractal promises to be the stack with the lowest price. Period.