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How WhatsApp conquers mobile market?


There is no need to explain to anybody what the app WhatsApp is. One of the most successful and profitable mobile instant-messaging platforms has been sold to the world’s largest social network Facebook for 16 billion dollars plus 3 billion dollars for its founders and not-numerous staff recently. But the success of the app came at a price.

Its founder, a 37-year old Jan Koum, made his way from rags to riches. According to Forbes, nowadays he is worth 6.8 billion because he owns 45 per cent of WhatsApp. But originally Jan is from a small village outside Kiev, Ukraine. He was born into a family of a housewife and a construction manager. Mass media keep telling about his difficult childhood when there was no hot water in his house and when he couldn’t call because the phones were tapped by the state. Because of such unstable political and economic situation in the country Jan and his mother immigrated to the Mountain View when the boy was 16. So as to make both ends meet his mother babysat while her teenage son swept the floor in a grocery store. At the age of 18 he became intere...

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Gamification Strategies in CRM Software Development

The mission of CRM software is to increase sales and profit. It seems to be a paradox but one can implement CRM into a server or a computer, still not into employees’ thinking and working mentality. In other words, many companies are facing a user adoption problem. According to Salesforce 50% o...
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How to turn your website into the best salesman?

At present it’s hard to imagine any credible company without its own website. Neglecting such a great opportunity to move your goods or services online would be a huge omission. That’s why a great demand for really well-built and well-designed websites arises. And whether you already have a w...
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Cloud computing for the financial services industry

Under the circumstances of the oft-recurring crises and system breakdowns, fierce competitiveness and emboldened clients, changing business models and global financial assets tripling by 2020 (at least, according to some estimation), CIOs see cost reduction as well as the change of the status quo...
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Mobile application phenomenon named Flappy Bird

The Flappy Bird’s sudden phenomenal success is somewhat of a riddle wrapped in an enigma. Its story is indeed full of riddles and contradictions that are hard to explain or believe. It had a sudden meteoric rise and a sudden fall. Some users love the game while others hate it; however all confe...
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