Now that Stackmash is complete as an app, we are now internally testing the app to make sure it is ready for the launch. Depending on how the testing goes, we should be ready for launch in the next week or two 📆
Back in May 2017, we had just graduated from our university studies and decided to start a bespoke software development company. After launching a few apps, we noticed something every one of our clients were asking for. They wanted an email if a user signed up, or if a potential customer left a call back request, or if a payment had just been received. This led to their inboxes getting flooded with all kinds of updates. Because clients did not want this (and we wouldn’t either), we decided to look around for a product that could give clients real-time notifications or alerts instead of emails and allowed the clients to scroll through a log of alerts for future reference. We found some apps that did something similar, but not anything that our clients liked.
After not being able to find the right product out there, we decided to build our own. We were reluctant to build Stackmash as we had our hands full with other projects at the time, and we were still certain there was something out there that could do what our clients wanted (and there probably still is). But we managed to find the time and we eventually completed a basic version of Stackmash, which we started using ourselves.
After some testing we eventually came up with a name, a logo and built the landing page and we are now in the process of launching Stackmash to the public, with the hope of launching early in the new year.