Sunday, March 23, 2008

What's New in Web Based Applications?

Under the Radar showcases emerging startups and identifying trends. Listed below are some of the cool web based applications available:

blist - is a web based database with flash interface that eliminates the need to wedge data into what's become the psuedo database, Excel. It democratizes the function of organizing data by allowing the user to store photos, lists, star ratings, documents and create new blists in each cell in a completely user-friendly environment.

GetSatisfaction, people powered customer service for absolutely everything, is a place where people can get the most from the products they use, and where companies are encouraged to get real with their customers.

Kwiry, turns text messages into reminders you retrieve online.

Magento is an open-source eCommerce platform with "design flexibiity, modular architecture and rich functionality."

NuConomy goes beyond the old page view model of site analytics and starts to measure engagement. It is a two way API, allowing your site to make changes automatically depending on input from the service. Correlation, which shows how things on the site affect other things, page hits, ratings, comments and other metrics can be weighted differently to come up with an overall algorithm to compare authors. It removes the human element which can slow things down.

SlideRocket, very similar to PowerPoint is a rich Internet application. It offers the ability to "design professional quality presentations, manage and share libraries of slides and assets, and to deliver presentations in person or remotely over the web."

SlideShare, SlideShare is the best way to share your presentations with the world. Let your ideas reach a broad audience.

Splashtop allows you to read e-mail, chat with friends, or surf the Web seconds after pushing the power button.

SupportSpace gives you instant access to a robust network of certified tech support experts.

Vello generate conference calls instantly or scheduled in advance, from anywhere, at any time.

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