Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) July 16, 2012
Scoop™ http://www.scoopapponline.com a pioneering mobile platform aimed at enterprise issue capture, communication and resolution announced today it had been named one of Canada’s Top 15 startups and was showcased at Metabridge’s recent annual industry matching event.
Metabridge holds an annual event that attracts hundreds of technology stakeholders across Western North America. Metabridge then selects the Top 15 startups across Canada to pitch to a premiere VC and business audience at the event.
“It’s an enormous honor to have been selected as one of Canada’s Top 15 startups,” said Babak Sardary, CEO, Scoop. “The Metabridge event showcases Canada’s best and brightest. To be selected is a testament to Scoop’s potential and this is already helping us build upon the traction Scoop has achieved in the business community.”
“The whole idea of metabridge is to provide startups like Scoop, with the opportunity to establish relationships with senior thought-leaders from Silicon Valley.” Said Steve Wandler, metabridge Founder. “It’s these relationships that can seriously impact your business and we’re excited to hear that Scoop has benefited from the experience.”
Scoop is unique in providing businesses with a truly mobile platform, enabling personnel to easily record, alert and work remotely with team members to solve issues and make quality decisions while centralizing all information related to a given topic for future reference and analysis. Businesses can sign-up for Scoop or contact the company for volume pricing via http://www.scoopapponline.com/
About Scoop, http://www.scoopapponline.com
Scoop is a Vancouver, BC based company that develops a SaaS and mobile platform for business. The Scoop™ platform allows enterprises to leverage their mobile devices to resolve issues in the field faster. Scoop helps businesses reduce costly downtime, cut field travel costs, increase team response & improve worker safety. For teams everywhere Scoop provides a new way to work together rooted in mobility and how workers naturally communicate.
About metabridge, http://www.metabridge.ca
Since 2008 metabridge has evolved from a single-day 30 person event in Kelowna BC Canada, to an annual program directly engaging hundreds of technology stakeholders across Western North America. Through focused and interactive events, emerging technology companies are establishing important connections that are providing them with the opportunity to grow their business beyond Canada. The Central Okanagan Economic Development Commission (COEDC) currently powers metabridge, providing the necessary resources and capacity for metabridge to operate.