2009 Here We Come

As the end of the year draws near, Passpack is taking stock of it’s 2008 hits and it’s 2008 misses. We’ve gotten past our growing pains and at 2 years old, I’d like to think we’ve had more hits than misses [ego-bump].

A Walk Down Memory Lane

We started 2008 with the announcement of Sharing and we’ll start 2009 with the release of Sharing (hooray!). We started 2008 introducing the help ticketing system and 2009 will start off with some self-service help and  automation. That should make things faster!

What Else?

Here are some highlights of everything in between. In 2008 Passpack:

Right now, while the recession raves on, Passpack like every other business world-wide is forced to cut back drastically on costs. So while we may be (alas, I know) running later than expected, we ask for a bit of patience on your part. So sit tight.

What’s in store for 2009?

You guessed it – milestones, challenges and of course more releases. We have a 2009 full of new stuff to roll out, especially during the first few months. We take all our user’s requests into consideration and the majority of them are great ideas but keep in mind that start ups need time to grow.

Passpack Holiday Tip

Start thinking of your New Year’s resolutions ahead of time and while you’re getting your last minute holiday gifts, don’t forget an important one this year…

Give the gift of privacy. Tell your friends about Passpack : )

6 responses to “2009 Here We Come

  1. Can we expect an iPhone app / an iPhone optimized web interface? That would be so cool.

  2. Best of luck in 2009! Passpack has been absolutely indispensable to us and I’m thoroughly looking forward to the release of the sharing functionality.

    Keep up the fantastic work and enjoy the festive season :)

    Buon Natale!

  3. GrrYumYum

    I second the iPhone/Touch app idea. Will be awesome to able to access my passwords on the go from anywhere, any time.

  4. FYI, the “announcement for sharing” in the first paragraph links to the WP editing of that article, not the article itself.

    At any rate, I’m looking forward to seeing what my favorite web app has in store for the new year.

  5. @Denny & @GrrYumYum
    It’s certainly on the list. Been in development for a while, but it’s not been forgotten.

    @Alex & @Allen

    (and I fixed the link… doh!)

    Cheers to all!

  6. Rather than an iphone application, it would probably be better to make a version of the website that is compatable with less powerful hardware, so that it can be used on all phones.

    If it isn’t possible then it would be good if a java or Symbian version was released.

    I’m also looking forward to a firefox plugin!