She says around 14 million steps have been clocked by children using the device following its launch in Australia and New Zealand.
She says ELANATION will launch the product in the United States and other countries, and would like to see a growing global community of kids being healthy, safe and having fun.
"With the international nature of families today, we are excited about kids being able to play with their cousins, their friends in different countries, on our ELANATION app."
Pace says when they hit upon the idea of creating the company, they worked with AWS to build the platform from scratch in five months.
"AWS helped us to scale our innovative ideas in an agile manner across borders."
Her advice for startups is this: "Solve a problem. If it resonates deeply with a lot of people, get constant feedback about how you can diversify your product suite. We do that every single time."
Source: Computerworld NZ
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