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Last year, we decided GetApp needed a rebrand. We’ve been around since 2009, and since then the market has gone through a ton of change. The software landscape has grown; products have evolved. Today’s software buyer is savvier than they used to be.
A lot can happen in seven years. If you’d have told us in 2010 that Donald Trump would be president, Britain would vote out of Europe, and “Brangelina” would be no more, we would’ve dropped our iPhone 4 down the toilet in shock.
But by far the biggest deal for us over the last seven years is seeing GetApp grow to become a world leader in business software discovery. We’re humbled by the fact that since launching in January 2010 our site has now helped six million small businesses find the right tech solutions to help them grow. We’re blown away by the fact that we now have more than 5,000 apps in the GetApp product catalog. And we’re thankful that our users have left more than 75,000 reviews on our site.
As we celebrate our seventh birthday we’d like to raise a glass to our users and everyone who’s helped us along the way. Excuse us if we get a little sycophantic here but we reckon we’ve come a long way…
The last month of summer vacation was full of excitement and we’re here to let you know what you missed.
We are proud to announce the winners of the first GetApp 2015 Scholarship Contest, a campaign designed to reward bright young business minds by giving them $5,000 towards their studies.
GetApp asked students to come up with an innovative idea for an app that would transform the way business is conducted, or to write an essay explaining how apps and technology are having a positive effect on businesses in the modern world.