Superior user experiences are today's competitive advantageThanks to the speed of software development, we’re on the verge of an exponential growth curve. This, in turn, means exponential possibilities. The accessibility to screens anywhere will have the potential to radically alter online shopping behavior. Companies will need to offer something exclusive and become better at explaining which problems they solve. All of this needs to be done with excellent service. In short, companies need to create superior user experiences and they need to create them now.
Customers per industry
Founder of FROSMO. Visionary and a firm believer in a connected future where all UIs are intuitive and enjoyable to use, regardless of device or application.
Co-founder, responsible for development of the Frosmo platform. Expects data-driven UX development to be the norm, resulting in faster and easier ways to make purchases and consume services.
Co-founder who envisions a world full of screens. As each device connects to the internet, each screen will rely on FROSMO to provide great user experiences.
Co-founder. Predicts that browser-based development will do the same for websites as what the cloud did for data storage.
SVP Sales & Marketing
Sees FROSMO as the primary choice for online services and continuous user-centric UX improvement as the key enabler for developing new revenue models and winning online businesses.
Chief Business Development Officer
Believes that in a world where everyone makes use of the same services, systems, and APIs, UX will become the only true competitive advantage companies can create.
Expects repeat purchases to become the standard, once the battle for customer loyalty is won. Companies that come out on top will do so by providing better user experiences.
Improving user experiences since 2008
If you’re looking for the typical startup story, then this is not it. There was no eureka moment in a nondescript Finnish basement. This is not a story of drunken fun in a sauna, though we do have some of that, sometimes. No. FROSMO is a story of experimenting, hard work, and grit.