These are the type of efforts I love to hear about — a Pakistan-based startup that isn’t afraid to become a big brand against the largest competitors. I keep advocating that it is possible in today’s virtual world, and it is great to hear about other people who get it.
Enter Scrybe, a web2.0 application that is focusing on creating value through rich interfaces, not just on cerating better web.1.0 businesses. Right now, they are tying the change the way people think about Calendar appointments and context of those appointments. I had seen their video two months ago but I thought it was just an indian startup. Turns out they’re based in Islamabad!
Their product — built on Flex — looks fancy and promising in a few areas where they create unique value. Microsoft’s Outlook team could take a lot of pointers from the engineers in Islamabad working on the concept.
Faizan, please send me a Beta test link – I would love to review your product.