Vigill allows enterprise systems and humans to converse and self-serve in mobile applications. Vigill is a cloud platform that enables companies to connect, interact and self-service their customers through their mobile applications. At its core Vigill’s proposition involves presenting concise, time sensitive information, allowing the user to respond and/or perform a task quickly, efficiently and conveniently – leveraging the power of smartphones (alerting, authenticating, interacting, locating, and interacting).
To crack the market, Vigill will make it easy for developers to white-label integrate ‘conversation engines’ into their mobile apps – similar to the likes of Twilio or UrbanAirship.
The restaurant is obviously subject to numbers, availability and booking which we’ll sort tomorrow. Failing that, the brasserie itself does decent standard fare. Leave a comment below, @conoro on Twitter or text me on 087-9790297 if you think you’ll be coming.
To aid with finding each other, any chance we can all use Foursquare? Follow me here.
Next week will see the largest ever number of Irish people at Le Web which began as Les Blogs back in 2004. It’s building up to be a stonkingly good few days.
Your old reliables, Messrs Burns and O’Neill, will of course be there but mainly wearing our start-uphats this time. So we’re chuffed that there will be a new Web2Ireland blogger/vlogger on the ground. A huge thanks to John Peavoy for agreeing to be the eyes and ears of the Irish web community over the two days. As anyone who knows John will tell you, he’s not just a Super-Connector, he is also deeply interested in the web and Irish start-ups.
If you spot him with his flipcam, please share all your thoughts about the event. We’ll be posting as often as possible here during and after Le Web.
Since nothing official seems to be in place for Tuesday night, let’s try and arrange dinner and a few drinks for the Irish contingent. I’m on @conoro, Â Fergus is on @fergusb and John is on @johnpeavoy. We’ll all be on @web2ireland. I’ll also be on +353-87-9790297
We are hosting the second Web2Ireland Startup DemoBar, which brings together entrepreneurs, techies & investors dedicated to showcasing, educating and helping the next generation of internet startups. Signup Here for event on Tuesday, November 23, 2010 from 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM (GMT) at the Ely Gastro Pub, Dublin.
They have been to Edinburgh, Manchester, Newcastle and Bristol – and now they are bringing the Guardian’s Tech Weekly podcast to glorious Dublin.
They want to meet techies, gamers, developers and entrepreneurs of all shapes and sizes. They want to hear all your ideas and your thoughts about the local scene – the rising stars and ones to watch, as well as the problems holding the tech community back.
Ideal Binary is a hot Irish startup, creating interactive entertainment content for mobile platforms. They have their own proprietary PopIrisâ„¢ enhanced ebook engine which powers their recent ebook /Grimm’s Rumpelstiltskin for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
After one week on the App Store, Apple decided to feature it in New and Noteworthy and Staff Favorites in several countries. But the following week, things began to heat up. Fourteen days after release, we appeared front and centre on iTunes as iPad App of the Week in 19 countries, including the UK, France and Germany. We also appeared as a main feature in three countries, including the US and Canada.
A company to watch in the mobile entertainment space.