Our Launch at TechCrunch – A DebriefJune 3rd, 2011 | Posted by in Quixey News
Last Monday we launched out of Private Beta at TechCrunch Disrupt NYC. May 23rd was a defining day for Quixey and the rest of the App World.
At 2am on Monday morning we stealthily launched our partner programs (plugins, APIs and fully customizable search solutions), developer accounts and took the landing page off our site- that was just the beginning.
Going live was a huge moment for the app ecosystem. For the first time, functional search was possible.
Throughout the conference people were constantly surprised that they could find an app for each of their needs. Countless times people said, “whoa – I can’t believe that there is an app for that,” and “wow – your product actually does what you say it will do.”
The conference was definitely a success. We started conversations with countless partners. We discussed everything from setting up custom search solutions for large international corporations to installing plugins for awesome tech bloggers. Powering millions of search bars is just around the corner.
We are officially moving at light speed. Since returning to Mountain View, we have had meetings non-stop. Stay tuned for more details, and hang tight because it is going to be a wild ride.
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