Archive for the ‘Case Study’ Category

Centercode Helps Sonim Technologies Connect with Their Community

  • Posted June 27th, 2016

In our latest case study, we take a look at how the Centercode platform helped ultra-rugged smartphone manufacturer Sonim Technologies better support their developer community and connect with their customers. Sonim Technologies knew their developer community was key in ensuring their niche customers had the apps they required, but the methods they had been using […]

Centercode Puts Denon’s HEOS Home Audio System to the Test

  • Posted November 19th, 2014

As the team at Denon got closer to launching the HEOS wireless home audio system, they knew they were going to need a thorough beta testing process. They wanted to get their product out of the lab and into the hands of users in real world environments, knowing just how crucial ease of use is […]

Centercode Simplifies and Streamlines Esri’s Beta Program

  • Posted September 30th, 2014

In our latest case study, we take a look at how the Centercode platform has helped international software company Esri build and broaden their beta testing program. Esri had been relying on an in-house beta program to test its mapping and geographic information software, but the system was cumbersome and needed to be spun up […]

Centercode Helps One Cloud’s New Software Soar

  • Posted September 9th, 2014

For our latest case study, we take a look at Centercode’s work with One Cloud. One Cloud is a software platform that allows professional photographers to provide their clients with a simple, seamlessly-branded experience when digitally delivering or sharing their work. Professional photographers Gavin and Erin Wade had been struggling with finding an efficient way […]

How We’re Helping Whistle Handle the Challenges of the Wearables Market

  • Posted July 11th, 2014

The wearables market is booming. It’s already a multi-billion dollar market with conservative estimates predicting it will more than triple within the next few years. Companies of all shapes and sizes are jumping into this new industry with flashy prototypes and impressive plans to become the front-runner in this burgeoning space. Soon, you’ll be able […]

Using Beta to Build a Better Kickstarter Campaign

  • Posted April 7th, 2014

Crowdfunding is undoubtedly changing the tech landscape. Promising companies are posting videos featuring intriguing prototypes and fascinating concepts every day on sites like Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or one of the many other crowdfunding options out there. At the same time, tech company executives, journalists, and investors are trying to figure out exactly what crowdfunding means for […]

Embarcadero Creates Unified Program Using Centercode

  • Posted May 15th, 2013

Many beta testing processes are born out of necessity. Your team needs to run a beta test, so you pull together a combination of tools, spreadsheets, and emails to get it done. As your company and beta program grows, however, this approach can become confusing for your customers, who are trying to remember multiple logins, URLs, and processes.

How Cisco Leverages the Centercode Platform

  • Posted April 24th, 2013

Testing B2B products is particularly challenging. You may have a small number of customer sites testing your product, but each site could have many people providing feedback or be testing multiple products at the same time. If you’re trying to keep track of all that feedback using email and spreadsheets, data will end up falling through the cracks.

Case Study on the Realization of Basketball Dreams

  • Posted March 1st, 2013

The team at Future Stars Gaming has been working hard on their suite of Facebook games for nearly two years. Before they launched, however, they wanted validation that their first game, Basketball Dreams, had everything their players wanted. With this in mind, they came to Centercode’s Managed Betas team. The result was a flood of objective, constructive feedback that helped the FSG team improve and launch their game with confidence.

New Case Study on Mobile Startup Slice

  • Posted February 15th, 2013

The Slice team was busy putting the final touches on their photo-sharing mobile app and didn’t have the time, experience, or internal resources to run a traditional beta test. They had given the app to friends and family to try out, but simply weren’t getting the feedback they needed to perfect their app before launch.

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