February 26, 2019

Turbo Systems Lets Business Users Build Enterprise Applications

Turbo Systems Lets Business Users Build Enterprise Applications

Turbo Systems

Turbo Systems has launched “the first universal, no-code engagement platform for the enterprise”. According to the company, it has the “potential to disrupt the very nature of how applications are built, managed, and consumed” by enabling users with ”zero developer expertise” to create “dynamic, highly personalized enterprise applications” on top of existing ERP, CRM, and human resources systems. I'm skeptical.  Then again, the company has raised $8 million to fund the revolution.

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Funnel Raises $8 Million for Marketing Data Aggregation

PR Newswire

Stockholm-based Funnel also promises to empower business users, although they more modestly limit themselves to feeding data from 400+ marketing and advertising sources into reporting systems. The company has just raised its own $8 million, bringing the total to $21 million.

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Maropost Combines E-Commerce with Its Marketing Platform

Maropost

Not everyone is jumping on the build-it-yourself bandwagon. Digital marketing platform Maropost has added e-commerce capabilities to create a unified marketing and commerce package. The company says its system is “the first platform to offer a 360-degree view into a customer’s touchpoints, communications and purchase history”. But I’m pretty sure that’s been done before.

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