Did you ever lose your warranty? Or misplaced it? Or it took you several hours to find it, just when you needed it the most? Most of us faced those situations, but we never thought of an easier solution. Well, cofounders of Warrantly did that instead of us. Warrantly is a Serbian startup, a system that allows retailers […]
The second Blackberry mini Jam 10, which is also the largest BlackBerry event in the Balkans, will take place on April the 6th in Serbia’s capitol Belgrade, in Hotel Zira. The goal of this event is to bring together developers from the Balkans and beyond, in order for them to get familiar with the new operating […]
A couple of days ago, a new Serbian startup was launched. Called EarnCoupon, this startup aims to promote products and services by word of mouth method, for which customers receive a certain discount. Considering that this type of promotion is the hardest one to pull off but also the most efficient, CEO of a EarnCoupon, Rade Joksimovic told Netocratic in an interview that it was about time for someone to develop a service which would allow businesses to advertise through positive opinions of its users.
Seems that Eastern European companies are finally discovering the true power of sales and using customer relationship software to increase them - or that’s at least what SugarCRM, one of the world’s leading CRM web application companies believes. SugarCRM will be in fact presenting today at Telfor 2011., a large telecomunication conference held each year in Belgrade, Serbia. It’s a first in a region used to being less than well connected to international technology companies that are quite influentieal such as Paypal or Google.
Serbian web game maker Nordeus has confirmed for Netocratic that they've launched their first mobile application: Top Eleven for Android. It's the mobile version of Top Eleven, the most popular sports game not only on Facebook where they "killed" EA-s Fifa, but also on the web in general. While this is Nordeus' first venture into the mobile gaming space, the "normal" Top Eleven is an advanced football management game that has over 1,000,000 daily active players.
Serbian game developer Nordeus has confirmed that their popular online football management game, Top Eleven, is played by over 800,000 players daily. After shutting out EA's FIFA Superstars as the most popular football management game on the web, Top Eleven now has over 3,600,000 active players monthly.
Nordeus uses a freemium model by charging players for extra features, while the basic game is free to play on Facebook and its own official website.
Contextual advertising network Etarget has just launched a new product called Retarget that lets you create remarketing campaigns. Retarget lets you target users that have already visited your website and know something about your products or services.
Basically, you add a code snippet to your website and then Etarget knows when a users comes from it to one of the websites in their network, for example one of the 500 websites they've partnered with in Croatia.
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Rimac Automobili’s expansion is in full swing. After the opening of a development office in Split, a similar one has opened in Slavonia, or in Osijek’s Esseker center to be exact. To see the story behind the new office and the things being developed inside it, I’ve decided to simply – visit. My host was […]
Attending Product Management Festival 2017 (PMF 2017) in Zurich, Switzerland, and meeting amazing product professionals inspired me to go deeper into six important areas that are often neglected or entirely overlooked by product leaders.