Weave.ly helps companies test and validate digital products before launch.
Building new digital products is a daunting task, companies don’t really know what works until they build and launch it. As a result, a massive amount of software products fail, in fact on average 80% of them fail within a year after launch. These failures cost millions to companies across the globe. For the app industry alone it’s $96 billion per year. Companies need a mean to accelerate and de-risk their digital transformation efforts.
Weave.ly helps companies design, validate and develop digital products more efficiently by automatically converting designs of software interfaces into working software. They enable companies to go from months of development before having a testable product to a couple of days. Their no-code platform integrates directly with existing software design tools (e.g. Figma) and enables users to augment these designs with functionality in order to generate working software, all without writing a single line of code!
Weave.ly is a spin-off from the Software Languages Lab of the VUB and results from years of research into no-code programming technology for distributed systems. “While we originally focused on citizen science, the founding team researched crucial aspects of the platform in parallel before finally spinning-off the technology and refocusing its application domain after finishing our PhDs”, says Jesse Zaman, CTO and co-founder of weave.ly.
Florian Myter, CEO and co-founder: “Weave.ly currently focuses on the early stages of software product development (i.e. design, validation, user research), but going forward we aim to revolutionize larger parts of the software production chain by also generating standalone codebases and bridging the design and development phases.”
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