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Show #44, Cathy Tullysmith, Opscotch (and Tech eCards)

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The Startup Success Podcast

The Startup Success Podcast

This week Bob and Pat talk to Cathy Tullysmith, founder of Opscotch about her new startup to help companies manage a helpdesk. Opscotch is a pure Saas system that’s incredibly easy to try, so if you are interested, just go to and check it out. Cathy is also the founder of, a site that owes inspiration to Bob and that drives a surprising amount of traffice to Opscotch.

Bob talks about the dangers of growing too slowly – unless that’s exactly what you want to do.

Patrick talks about the Professional Developer Conference (much of the content will be available online), where many announcements about Microsoft’s cloud platform, Windows Azure, are expected. Even if you don’t use Microsoft’s cloud, you should probably be looking at cloud computing.

Download Show #44 here: Show #44 Or if you prefer, Subscribe to the podcast in Apple iTunes.

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Written by Patrick Foley

November 9, 2009 at 7:12 pm

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  1. […] Startup Success Podcasts to catch up with: Show #44, Cathy Tullysmith, Opscotch (and Tech eCards). Bob and Pat talk to Cathy Tullysmith, founder of Opscotch about her new startup to help companies […]

    The MicroISV Digest

    November 16, 2009 at 8:40 pm

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