With Tharzen, you benefit from a way to edit anything on your website, instantly, and you'll stay in the loop if the edits of other users need your approval.
Images, text and links: Tharzen's zero-training interface lets you and your team change it all with one click!
You install Tharzen on the website of your choice and the chosen person or persons can make all the simple changes, as in the demo, in 1 click, as easily as editing a Word document, even on mobile.
An option of control/validation of the modifications is also possible. Each modification being traced, you can delegate and let another administrator make the modifications on the website and validate them or not with a simple click.
Your developers can save up to 300 hours per year in routine edits! Your content managers need less training, you can modify your site in real time. You can focus on what you care about the most. You are zen.
"This is what I always wanted. I could not maintain my website made by a designer. Tharzen offers me a feeling of MS Word: I can now change pictures and testimonies, change services, keep my bio up to date. This is amazing."
"Being able to change my website myself? That's awesome. Before, when my day was over, thinking about my website was like uh... Now I can go ahead and just update it."
The Tharzen Team is looking for the first few agencies to grant them access to 100% instant editing of a WordPress site:
Aseem Bhardwaj, CEOAseem has an extensive experience working for both Fortune 100 and start-up technology companies like IBM as a Certified Software Architect and as Senior Principal Architect for Microsoft, Amazon, Adobe premium partner firm. He started his first technology venture in 2017. He is a self starter with an open mindset and has deep passion towards innovation/creativity that creates positive impact in the society. He is an author and has over 75+ professional certifications in the area of predictive analytics, data science, Blockchain, A.I. and cloud computing.
Mikael Mayer, CTOMikaël obtained his PhD in Computer Science in 2017. Former Google engineer and researcher at Microsoft, inventor of two patents, one of which led to the birth of Tharzen, Mikaël pursues his vision that everyone should be able to code, while benefiting from visual interfaces. He makes accessible its research carried out in post-doctorate at the University of Chicago.