Chatty Apps made a very important and successful appearance at Intuit’s Entrepreneur Day 2011 on October 6 in Mountain View, CA.  The company was in an elite group of 60 high-tech startups selected from a pool of over 400 applicants to present at this annual event where Intuit seeks to find the best and brightest companies to partner with in their ambitious goal of “delighting the customer”.  In a strong indication of their support for mobilization, which is the core value proposition of Chatty Apps, Intuit made it clear that products and technologies that enable them to accelerate their move towards mobile solutions was the highest priority for the company.

Chatty Apps was the only mobile application development platform that was selected for this event. Chatty Solution’s Founder, Rashid Khan and colleague Mike Andrade made a short demo and presentation about the key value position of Chatty Apps  to elegantly solve the “last mile personalization” challenge faced by business applications to senior management team members from Intuit’s central technology organization.  They were soon joined by Scott Cook, the founder of Intuit, who continues to play the leadership role especially in the area of products and innovation. Scott quickly grasped the significance of Chatty Apps and its value in the hands of power users and developers who can use it to rapidly personalize an application for the 20% high end users not satisfied with the cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all approach.

For Chatty Solutions it was a great opportunity to show off the Chatty Apps platform to leaders who are selecting technologies for the next generation of mobile computing.  “It was exhilarating to learn that Scott Cook, one of the visionaries and innovation leader in the software industry of our times, quickly understood and validated the value proposition of Chatty Apps”, said Rashid Khan. “Chatty Apps is in the right position at the right time in the right market. Now, there are only three things between us and success, namely execution, execution and execution.”