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Simple In/Out, an easy to use digital in/out board for iOS, Android and the web

Posted: September 1, 2012 at 7:43 am   /   by   /   comments (1)

Brandon Medenwald, the Co-Founder and Web Developer of Simply Made Apps, a software startup based in Fargo, North Dakota joins Enterprise Radio. Simply Made Apps sole product is Simple In/Out, an easy to use digital in/out board for iOS, Android and the web.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Brandon Medenwald discuss the following:

  • What is Simple In/Out?
  • How did you get the idea for Simple In/Out?
  • Being you’re a small startup, how do you balance life and work?
  • What has been your most difficult challenge to date?
  • What advice would you offer to others hoping to start their own business?

Duration: 8:24

Classically-trained as a web developer, Brandon Medenwald began his career at several different software companies.  Based on an idea that became Simple In/Out, he co-founded Simply Made Apps in 2011.  Simply Made Apps, 100% bootstrapped by its founders, has one product (Simple In/Out, an in/out board) with paying customers around the globe.  When Brandon’s not golfing, he spends his time dreaming up new features that are powerful yet easy to use.  He’s a disciple of the 37signals approach to product development and the Lean Startup business methodology.

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