Trupoli starts closed beta

October 28, 2007 at 2:19 pm Leave a comment

What an exciting week! Trupoli, the first (worldwide) rating and community platform for politics started its closed beta-phase last week. The feedback is great – people love the application and all the functions.

Logo German Trupoli

The team started with the idea to make politics more transparent and to give politicians an immediate feedback about their statements, promises as well as positioning. After 7 months of heavy development it is almost done. The applications (front-end) as well as the entire database-system (back-end) are great. It is stable and the usability is unparalleled.

I am more than sure that Trupoli will change a lot in the communication between politicians and the folk. Time will tell…

If you are interested to join the beta-test as one of the first users – send me an email OJ at OLAFJACOBI COM.

You might ask yourself where are the screen shots. Well, we want to avoid any kind of copies. That’s why we keep the application strictly confidential until the official public launch (beginning of November).

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