Friday, 15 November 2013

Weekly update - a couple of quick headline

Wow - time flies. It is nearly going home time, and I have left it a bit late - so just a couple of quick headlines this week.

There is a new version of RouteShoot out for iOS. This deals with a minor bug we had when iOS-7 came out, and the UI has been updated to make it "look and feel" more like the standard Apple applications. We have also included a couple of in app purchases. The first will allow users to "clip" their videos - you can now edit out any unwanted lead-in (or out) bits of video, or you can select just the most exciting part of a journey to upload. The second allows you to record more than 5 minutes of HD video. This is for those of you who just must have HD - and are happy to deal with the larger file sizes and longer upload times.

The second headline is that our MD has flown over to Las Vegas to meet our biggest customer Premier Utility Services at the Amazon AWS re:Invent conference. No feedback yet - other than he is going to breakfast before his first meeting. Look out for more news next week.

Off now for some quality X-box time. As ever, have fun this weekend.

Friday, 8 November 2013

Weekly Update - Premier progress

For those of you keeping an eye out for progress with our business applications, we thought it worth giving an update on our biggest client Premier Utility Services . Back on 11th October, we reported that they had 100 active users and over 8,000 videos had been uploaded.

Well, less than a month on and their roll-out has continued at pace. They are up at around the 300 user mark and the video uploads have topped 57,000. Wow - well done guys.

Needless to say, we at RouteShoot are all pretty pleased. This really shows how robust our technology is and how, without a single face-to-face meeting, the power of the internet can really be put to good use - provided you have a good and solid product in the first place.

All our server-side software was installed on Premier's US-based cloud servers from the UK and now RouteShoot is being used all across the US. Sometimes technology is just brilliant.

Have a great weekend.