GRID is a national finalist in the NSA 2019 and you can vote for us to win Best Newcomer or Best Fintech Startup in the first competition round.
GRID's founder and CEO featured in Iceland's main business paper speaking of how GRID can make spreadsheet users' lives easier by displaying data in a simple and beautiful way without compromising control or ownership of data.
A great deal has happened since the beginning of GRID - here are some of our milestones so far.
Do you know of critical processes that rely on spreadsheets? Do you know how much you use spreadsheets? Do you have a spreadsheet open right now?
You don’t have to spend a lot of time around spreadsheets — or in business in general — to realize some of spreadsheets’ obvious shortcomings.
While doing background research on spreadsheets before and since starting GRID, I’ve talked to hundreds of people about spreadsheets and their spreadsheet usage.
Several startups are realizing the power of spreadsheets and the spreadsheet “metaphor” as an end-user development approach: A way to allow people that don’t see themselves as programmers
Spreadsheets are knowledge workers’ answer to the question: “How can I get this done NOW?"
We are thrilled to share some great news with you: We just closed $3.5M in seed funding!
The “father of the spreadsheet” — Dan Bricklin — recently presented remotely for a group of college students at Carnegie Mellon.
One of my biggest inspirations when doing background research before starting GRID was Felienne Hermans.
In GRID’s deep dive into the world of spreadsheets, we’ve come across a lot of insightful, witty and sometimes somewhat distressing quotes. Here are some of our favorites.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Spreadsheets are programs!
GRID, the software company here to “Free the Spreadsheet,” closed a $1M angel round of funding this Monday.
We have been taking quite a deep dive into the world of spreadsheets lately. We have analyzed tens of thousands of spreadsheets “from the wild” and done various qualitative research on spreadsheet usage.
In preparing everything from the product features and UI to the go-to-market plan and messaging for GRID
Lately, I have been thinking quite a lot about spreadsheets, their nature, origin and ubiquity. This has led to many interesting conversations both online and off-.
If you are in the software industry, odds are that your biggest competitor is a custom spreadsheet created by your target users themselves, their friends or coworkers.
This is the 3rd and final part of a series of blog posts on the origin and nature of spreadsheets.
This is part 2 of 3 in a series of posts about the nature and history of spreadsheets. Make sure to also check out part 1: “Spreadsheets are programs”.
The world has a love/hate relationship with spreadsheets.