Successful ‘Women In Tech’ Are Choosing DabApps - Hannah McIntyre

Hannah McIntyre, Co-founder of CrunchBoards (rebranded FUTRLI in 2016), business woman and digital entrepreneur, talks about finding the perfect collaborative partner in DabApps.

Hannah McIntyre talks in a newly released video about the fast growth of her award-winning financial intelligence application 'CrunchBoards' and how it has disrupted the market place. She says that it is testament to making the right decision to work with us.

In the video, released on 22nd February 2016, Hannah tells us about CrunchBoards, the all-in-one reporting and forecasting application for accountants and businesses. It is an innovation which emerged from Hannah's own frustrations in managing finance for her previous business. Now used in more than 70 countries and with over 7,500 businesses connected, the software, which was crowned 'Emerging Add-on Partner of the Year' at Xerocon London 2015, is a fine example of product vision, software innovation, technical expertise and above all teamwork.

As Hannah mentions, she found us on recommendation and this is something that women in business rely on greatly, particularly when it comes from other women who have worked with a company and can attest to their credibility, professionalism, commitment, expertise and approachability.

This, our latest client video testimonial release, is in anticipation of Brighton's We Spring Forward festival, "a month-long celebration of the role of women in digital culture", which runs throughout March and of course International Women's Day on 8th March. We will be helping to celebrate women in technology by showcasing our work with some of our most treasured women clients but also reflecting on the gender gap within our industry.

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