Customer built software In his article, David explains that the recent acceleration of no-code tools in the B2B software space is pushing a new trend that he calls “customer built software”. The idea behind this term is that B2B software has evolved over time from on premise software to cloud based software and its latest… Continue reading 🎮Three video game rules applied to no-code tools🛠
The past 18 to 24 months I stumbled upon a growing number of orchestration startups in various software categories. Orchestration vs automation It’s increasingly common to see people automate the tasks they need to do for their job by using more and more SaaS products. And very often these products have specific scopes. On the… Continue reading The verticalization of orchestration tools
When we look at the evolution of video conferencing tools, I believe that we’re entering the third generation of them. The first generation was really about providing the video conferencing infrastructure and enabling people to discuss directly online instead of using their phone. One of the first wildly successful video conference startups was Skype, but… Continue reading The third generation of video conferencing tools
Almost one year ago together with Alex we shared a deep dive about design tools. Since then quite a lot has happened in this space so I’ll share a quick update in this video with a list of the major fundraising and acquisitions that happened as well as three personal observations. Funding Rounds In terms… Continue reading Designer Tools Landscape: One year later 🎨
As I shared in a previous video, this summer I was working on a deep dive about the future of work, and one of the categories where we saw several startups raising money was virtual offices. These startups, such as Cosmos, Tandem, Tymco or Gather, help businesses set up their own virtual office where employees… Continue reading Virtual offices: The next Slack or just a fad?
The past couple of months I’ve seen an increasing number of very interesting products which leverage the “user events” data of a company to operationalize it. For example Correlated enables your sales or support teams to take action based on how people are using your product. The way it works is that you connects Correlated… Continue reading The rise of “user events” based products
The past couple of years I’ve become increasingly bullish about the use of asynchronous communication at work. Synchronous communication is when you phone or do a zoom conference with your colleagues or customers and asynchronous communication is when you communicate with them through a Whatsapp recorded audio message or a Loom video for example. One… Continue reading 1x 1.5x 2x ⏩
Before sharing the videos and the map, I would like to quickly touch on the scope of this landscape. My goal is simply to list the B2B tools (SaaS, APIs, SDKs…) which enable businesses to build privacy-friendly & compliant products. This is why you won’t find the myriad of crypto/blockchain projects that aim at replacing… Continue reading B2B Privacy Tech: Landscape & Deep Dive