Amersfoort, June 26, 2018 – In the past few years we have trained many customers, interns and employees to be able to use Triggre. Learning Triggre only takes a short time, because we focus on keeping Triggre as simple as possible, while providing a lot of functionality at the same time. Interns at Triggre have been able to turn a complex process into an application many times over, and customers are happily working with Triggre day-in-day-out. Now it is time for the rest of the world to get access to these resources as well. Enter the Triggre Academy!

Ranks and abilities

Those who have come to know our company culture know that we take an informal approach, value high quality and like to have fun at the same time. This is reflected in our blog posts, emails, even our product. And in the Triggre Academy.

The Triggre Academy consists of 3 different levels that can be achieved:

  • Triggre Explorer
  • Triggre Ranger
  • Triggre Guide

The first level, Explorer, provides base knowledge of how to use the Triggre Designer. Simply put, we’ll show you what all the buttons do and how to use them effectively for your own custom applications.

Ranger level provides more in-depth knowledge of advanced techniques, which can be applied by using the options the Triggre Designer offers in smart ways. Once you have reached the Triggre Ranger level, you are familiar with all the concepts that Triggre offers. This results in being able to make any application with Triggre.

The final level, Guide, focuses on translating business processes into applications and the best practices that we have used with customers over the years. At this level, you are allowed to train others to the level of Ranger as well.

First class

This summer, on July 10th, 2018, we will host our first ever introduction to the Triggre Academy. The introduction is free of charge. You’ll learn everything about the Academy and what being a Triggre Explorer, Ranger or Guide can mean for your business, company and customers.

If you are interested in joining, sign up for the Triggre Academy introduction now. Spots are limited!

Amersfoort, May 19, 2017 – Triggre set out to invent an entirely new way of creating software. We felt that making complex business applications should be faster, easier and more fun. And when we entered the market, we wanted nothing more than to prove all the above being possible.

Thanks to the innovators

Before we launched, during the time we were building Triggre, we dealt with a lot of skepticism. We were told there was no such thing as easily and rapidly creating software without technical knowledge. Same as for any other product, Triggre needed customers to prove the non-believers wrong.

That is exactly why our customers are literally invaluable in Triggre’s story. It takes immensely innovative people to risk trying something completely different.

Yes, there is risk in trying

Innovators have something in common. They are brave enough to rethink entire processes. They do not believe in good enough, they want great. The willingness to take risks to greatly improve, is what sets them apart.

Because beside the fact that innovation can be a bit scary, it also comes with a certain risk. Taking this risk, however, has led to huge advantages for our clients.

These clients have helped us prove our vision and we absolutely love them for that. But when we say that we want to make the creation of software faster, easier and more fun, we mean for everyone, not only the innovators.

Secretly building the future

Like our clients, we are innovators as well. We keep moving forward, creating new and better ways to make software yourself. And in order for our customers to keep innovating, software must become a commodity. Not only using software, also the creation of it.

That’s why we have been secretly working on a project to make Triggre even faster, easier and more fun to use. Internally, the project is known as Gulliver. First reactions of the few people we have shown it to, have been incredible.

Amersfoort, May 7, 2017 – In May 2017, the Triggre team went to Hannover, Germany and visit the CeBIT, Europe’s Leading Digital event. Triggre was invited to the Welcome Night on the night before the CeBIT started. It was off to a good start with speeches from Angela Merkel and Shinzö Abe and a dance performance from Japan, that made music with movements.

Triggre on a mission
Triggre left Amersfoort and headed to Hannover with a mission: spread the word about its software platform. Beforehand, it was decided to use this opportunity to test different ways of explaining the value of Triggre. There are many ways to describe the advantages of the softwarm platform. It seemed like the timing was right, the information triggered some interesting questions and Triggre’s enthusiasm was contagious.

CeBIT parties
After days of selling, pitching and convincing, Triggre also attended to some parties. A big automotive company hosted the best event of the week. They sponsored the start-up are of the CeBIT, while they were looking for possible collaborations. This was a huge success: fun people, interesting networking opportunities and good food.

The week at CeBIT left Triggre hungry for more. The market is ready, Triggre is prepared and ready to go!