The progressive nature of Holland’s ecosystem provides a dynamic and supportive environment that helps drive the success of innovative startups. Today many software start-ups are located here in the Netherlands yet they are well-connected with the global business community. First Line Software is proud to be one of the software development companies actively supporting these startups by applying our expertise to building high-performing software products. We’re looking forward to establishing partnerships with the startups we discovered during this year’s Hubfest startup festival.
First Line Software, a technology partner for software start-ups in Europe, the USA, and Oceania, was highly visible during Hubfest, which is one of the most successful start-up festivals held in The Hague.
Each year startups and software developers attend Hubfest to meet with global accelerators, investors, and innovation hubs and get inspired by the newest developments in the startup ecosystem. On September 21st and 22nd industry experts from companies across the software sector presented about their business best practices and shared advice about how startups can be more effective at fundraising. During Hubfest startup experts covered topics such as: how to think like an investor, the business aspects a start-up needs to master, how to raise funding the smarter way, transitioning from running a start-up to managing a business, and expanding beyond the Netherlands.
The Head of First Line Software’s Engineering Center spoke about the company’s broad industry expertise and how it applies an agile philosophy to its work. He also shared highlights from select customer projects including Yapili, iTraq, CLINIC2CLOUD.
Yapili is a Telehealth startup offering a service that connects Africans with local and western health professionals via a mobile app in an efficient and confidential way. Another customer, iTraq, provides a digital service for tracking different items anywhere in the world. The service was founded on the Indiegogo crowdfunding platform. The third client highlighted during Vladimir’s presentation was CLINIC2CLOUD, which offers a cloud-based Electronic Medical Records (EMR) system. The technology stack includes integration with the universal healthcare system in Australia, a medication interactions database, and integrated voice recognition. The CLINIC2CLOUD EMR platform also supports iOS and Android mobile apps.