I’ve spent a lot of time reflecting on BrainFlips recently, as we’ve had some expressed interest from two groups in helping us both shore up some desperately needed technology gaps, as well as provide business development opportunities. Suffice it to say, I feel positive in our ability to develop and support the product.
The major development hurdle facing BrainFlips, and it’s mentioned on TQuist’s BrainFlips page in the menu above, is the development of a html 5.0 version, which will allow us a much larger audience reach. It’s a major project for sure, but the environment is known well and there is a clear strategy in place.
Now we can work on acquiring new customers. More on that later.
By: Christopher Rufe