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How a journalist from Business Technology Leadership sees RouteYou

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11 March 2010

This is what Mark Chillingworth from Business Technology Leadership wrote about RouteYou...

Here we selected some very flattering sentences....

  • "Having seen the route for this weekend's Surrey 100, an event set on the Surrey Hills where Orange Business Services CIO Vincent Kelly unwinds on a mountain bike, I investigated the application used: www.routeyou.com. The true test of any application is, to my mind and its short attention span, is it instantly usable; routeyou ticks that box, in just 15 minutes I had registered for the service, understood its functionality, created the map and sent it to the publication."

  • "I've read and heard a lot about mashups from various commentators and have, so far, seen little value from them, until now."
  • "... the functionality here is excellent, the presentation of the site good and I know I'll use it again"


We checked and as far as we know Mark Chillingworth is not a nickname of a proud family member of any of the RouteYou-team immersed in self-indulgence. So, Mark, thanks very much for your kind words.  

Mark ends with  "...the functionality here is excellent, the presentation of the site good and I know I'll use it again. But what is the business model?"

Mark, if you are in the neighbourhood of Ghent or Amsterdam, give us a call or send us an email so we tell you all about our business model over a Belgian Beer.

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