Posted: September 17th, 2012 | Author: Jacky Yap | Filed under: cloud, Cloud Computing, conference, Events, Indonesia, jakarta, Softlayer, southeast asia, tandif | Comments Off
Technology enthusiasts based in Indonesia, here's an event that might be interesting to you. Softlayer and Echelon alumnus Tandif is co-organizing a cloud conference to gather and discuss all things related to the cloud.
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Posted: May 20th, 2012 | Author: Jacky Yap | Filed under: askimet, Blog, domain filtering solution, Echelon 2012, Indonesia, moderation, Startup Marketplace 2012, tandif, website content, website filtering | Comments Off
Tandif is a moderation service for websites and apps.
Online spams or comments with negative contents such as profanity or those containing malware could hurt your website’s credibility as well as hurt your SEO and Google ranking. Businesses and websites owners dont want this to happen. Tandif, an Indonesian based startup, aims to provide the solution to help businesses filter out these unwanted contents. We at e27 spoke to Ahmad Fathi Hadi, CEO of Tandif, to find out more about their solution:
Could you introduce Tandif to our readers?
Basically, Tandif is high accuracy filtering platform that is capable of filtering and moderating any negative digital contents such as profanity, spam, malware/virus domain, etc. As a platform, Tandif can cater to a wide range of different customer segment such as website, blogs, forums, mobile, social media, etc.
Currently we are still in beta and we are doing lot of product development. Since our launch in 29 Jan 2012, we are focusing on accuracy and speed, not on traction. Currently, Tandif is used by our partners for testing purposes on their websites, and some of our major partner includes MindTalk and Indonesia’s Adobe user group. Once we are happy with our product, we will shift our focus to marketing and gaining more traction.
How does the technology of Tandif differs from the other existing moderation technologies?
As I mentioned before to the judges at Jakarta Echelon Satelite, you have to try it yourself. We can confidently say this: Our accuracy is really good. Mollom and Akismet focus on spam filtering, while Webpurify and Tandif focus on profanity filtering. That said however, we are more than just spam and profanity filtering, we want to make filtering easy and accurate.
The Tandif team. Photo: Tandif
What is in the pipeline for Tandif? Are there any exciting updates and features which the community can expect soon?
Yes, first we are going to release Tandif for free, and secondly, we will also be lauching image filtering service and mobile filtering service, complemented by a management service. What we are really excited about is that users do not need to install any application on their mobile devices, because filltering will be made at telco operator/provider service level. Tandif will also add more language support and language detection system in the near future.
Could you let us know what Tandif is looking for at Echelon?
We are looking for investment.
Tandif will be exhibiting at Echelon 2012 Startup Marketplace. The team pitched their product at the Indonesia Satellite in April.
Posted: April 5th, 2012 | Author: Joash Wee | Filed under: AppsCheg, BisTip, Blog, cr.my, Echelon 2012, Eductory, featured, Gobann, HelloGoodBuy, Indonesia, Indonesia Satellite 2012, Kark, KirimPaket, Klik-eat, Squiryl, StartupLokal Anniversary, tandif, TaxiMonger, Tourexplora, Updaterus, volpen | Comments Off
Indonesia Satellite 2011 People's Choice Winner, PriceArea.com
With just 2 days to the Indonesia Satellite, 16 companies have been selected to pitch their products to a panel of judges made out of representatives from Research in Motion (RIM), Mindtalk, e27, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Magnivate Group.
The Indonesia Satellite will take place on 7 April, Saturday, at Telkom Kebon Sirih Menara Multimedia. Expect a day packed with strong content as there will be keynote presentations and panel discussions together with the much awaited startup pitches. Some key sessions would be the AWS’ Bean Bag Sessions with Simone Brunozzi and keynote sessions by RIM’s keynote on “The BlackBerry Opportunity” by Sarim Aziz. Attendees will also get to hear from Vincent Lauria of Golden Gate Ventures and Brynerio of 4id as they present on key tech startup topics. Find out from our panel of experts on what it will take to make Indonesia the next IT hub. Check out the Echelon 2012 website for the full list of speakers and judges and the Indonesia Satellite agenda.
The stars of the show
So who are the 16 startups selected to pitch? A total of 13 Indonesian, 2 Malaysian and 1 Singaporean startup have chosen and were selected to pitch at the Indonesia Satellite by our panel of judges during the internal judging session. They are, in pitching order:
Bistip – a social marketplace
Gobann – a marketplace for microjobs
AppsChef - human resource management SAAS
KirimPaket – an online marketplace for shippers and transporters
Tandif – a moderation service for websites and apps
Tourexplora – a social web-based travel itinerary planning tool
Klik-Eat – an online food order and delivery service
Squiryl – a social platform for merchants to engage customers with loyalty programs
HelloGoodBuy – an e-commerce site that helps merchants manage order with just-in-time production strategy
Kark – an education platform that creates a stimulating play experience
Eductory – online media to help parents find the right education for their children
Fokado – an e-commerce site to help find unique gifts
Volpen – a collaborative fiction writing platform
cr.my [pronounced kree-mee] – a contest hosting platform for brands and online communities
TaxiMonger – a taxi booking and review application for mobile and web
Updaterus – a social media platform to help men appreciate women’s beauty and inspiration
StartupLokal celebrates 2nd anniversary with e27
Another key component at the Indonesia Satellite will be the celebration of StartupLokal’s second anniversary. StartupLokal has been a key partner of e27, which also saw them helping to organize the Indonesia Satellite last year, and the team at e27 are glad to once again hold the Satellite in Indonesia with them and also be there to celebrate a key event in the organization. With the continuous support from the local startup community, e27 looks grow the regional community with this event and future ones.
Posted: February 1st, 2012 | Author: Wiku Baskoro | Filed under: digital content, filter, moderation, News, tandif, tandif.com | Comments Off
Content filtering service Tandif has now officially entered beta stage. The startup offers a way for website owners to filter text-based user generated content such as forum posts, sms, and emails and is now available for public.
Currently Tandif is available for free and is only for WordPress although versions for Joomla and Drupal will be available at a later date.
As explained in previously in DailySocial, Tandif (Tandif Moderation Ultimate Service) is a service to perform filtering/moderation automatically to websites, blogs, forums, chat, email, online games and sms/mms. Essentially what Tandif does is text-based digital content moderation.
Tandif provides APIs and plugins that can be used by the user. Currently with the free account, it has the following features: 180 API calls per month, 15 day trial, one domain or application implementation, support for multiple languages, custom words, and custom domain.
While currently Tandif supports only English and Indonesian, as stated on its website, it will introduce support for other languages eventually.
You can go to this link if you would like to give it a try and follow this link to read more about Tandif.