Why you Need a Startup Engine

As a business person, if you think coding is easy, you’re wrong, and frankly that should terrify you. Sure, anyone can write code, but is it good code?
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As a business person, if you think coding is easy, you’re wrong, and frankly that should terrify you. Sure, anyone can write code, but is it good code? There’s a lot of emphasis on running lean startups to get to market fast. Getting scrappy is a common startup mantra these days. But, that’s only half the battle. You still need to protect your user’s data and privacy. You still need to be able to scale up. And, hopefully, you can get to market fast without accumulating so much technical debt that you will spend months if not years fixing it all. 

 

Look, I myself was once a young and inexperienced software systems engineering graduate who thought I knew everything. You want a scheduling app? Piece of cake! Do you need a marketplace website for selling gently used children’s toys? I can do that in my sleep. And, that’s the real irony here. Inexperienced coders don’t often realize that they are inexperienced. They will have a simplistic view of how easy technical challenges are to solve without grasping the consequences of their design decisions. 

 

At the end of the day, what you want as a startup founder is a product in the market. What if you didn’t have to worry about whether the inexperience of your team was going to land you in hot water with your users or the law? What if you could trust that your coders are creating a scalable and reliable application for your users? That’s where a startup engine comes into play. A startup engine such as the eHelply SuperStack is your ticket to building a robust application that you can get to market quickly. 

 

In our opinion, a startup engine comprises a solution to the following significant problems:

  1. First a startup engine provides a reliable, secure, and scalable platform for your coders to leverage.
  2. Next, a startup engine should provide peripheral tools, documentation, and assistance to help your team get up and running quickly. A startup engine should allow your programmers to focus on the business rules of your product and the engine should take care of the bulk of the heavy lifting.
  3. Finally, a startup engine should grow with you and your company. The engine should continue to improve and become more feature rich giving your team access to more capabilities for free!

 

The eHelply SuperStack does all of these things and so much more. The SuperStack can plug into existing code bases and it can also be used in brand new code bases. Essentially, the SuperStack is a cutting edge, flexible startup engine focussed on taking care of the heavy lifting to allow your team to prioritize business rules and getting to market. The SuperStack is ever-improving and your team can utilize the features and tools where needed.

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