We couldn’t agree more. We see it as we work together as a team on projects. We recognize that we are members of our respective communities. We’re are all a part of our own village, whether that’s our culture, neighbourhood or city. We know that we have a responsibility to recognize others as we strive to do what brings good things to the world.
Businesses are almost always created because of one thing:
It is through the passions and talents of the team that determines whether the business succeeds or fails.
Our story is no different.
The Need for Digital Contracts
Our fearless leader, Gregg Oldring, had an underwhelming dance with a Canadian telecom awhile ago. One of the strange practices with most large service providers is that they adjust their contracts on a whim, and those changes might be brought to your attention, but you are expected to remain on top of your obligations whether they phone, email or send you smoke signals.
We’ve had a busy summer and some fantastic vacation time (we hope you’ve had a chance for a great vacation too!). Now it is back to work!
Our first order of business is to let you know what we have been up to and what lies ahead for Inkdit.
We launched Inkdit at the Future of Web Apps conference in Las Vegas back at the end of June. That was a blast! We met some incredible people who have given us valuable insight and inspiration for Inkdit.
Since our launch we have made a number of improvements to Inkdit.