|Acquired by||Private company sale|
|Description||Software development and web design.|
|Debt, 9/2009 ||$150k|
Wladimir launched Dpivision in 2002 having just graduated from university as a software development and web design studio. Under his leadership, it quickly grew into a successful business and during the course of the next 8 years, developed award-winning software to enable companies to perform more efficiently online.
Dpivision secured a plethora of international clients, including office giant Regus, the European airline Flybe.com, Barbour, Tommee Tippee, and a selection of universities. Two strong products were developed under the Dpivision umbrella: TradingEye, an accessible e-commerce shopping cart, and CannyBill, an online invoicing and billing solution, which both went on to secure a clutch of awards.
TradingEye was one of the first shopping carts to be built using XHTML/CSS, and comply with the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and Section 508. TradingEye currently powers thousands of online stores around the globe.
CannyBill was the first SaaS application for web hosting companies and freelancers with customers and partners including UK2, VPS.net, and SingleHop, an Inc. 500 company.
In 2010, Wladimir sold Dpivision to launch his latest venture, MobiCart.
|Launch Date||February 4, 2009|
|Closed Date||January 1, 2012|
|Tags||saas, billing, invoicing, estimates, order-forms, web-hosting|
CannyBill is a web based invoicing and billing solution for businesses and web designers. Easily create, send and manage invoices and accept payments online via credit card. You can also sell your products and services using order forms which your customers can signup to and even link to live API’s such as Plesk, cPanel/WHM, Geotrust, Enom, Basecamp and many more.
|Launch Date||March, 2005|
TradingEye is a fully-featured web standards compliant Shopping Cart & CMS, built from the ground up with web accessibility and SEO in mind. Tradingeye is the choice of thousands of online retailers who care about accessibility, usability and most importantly - results.