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About Koalati

In a nutshell, Koalati is a tool that allows you to automatically detect all sorts of issues and problems with your website. It's quality control made simple. Originally started as a simple personal project, Koalati has now turned into a complete service for Web enthusiasts all around the world.

Although it is mainly aimed towards developers and designers, Koalati is also a great tool for anyone who needs to identify flaws and build reports for their websites, from SEO specialists to project managers.

Quality control is an incredibly important part of the web development process, and our service's main objective is to help you in that process to ensure that your visitors have the best experience possible. After all, a better user experience generally means a higher conversion rate: everybody wins!

A bit of history...

My name is Émile, and I am the developer behind Koalati.

When I started working at Eckinox in 2016, I realized that a good quality control process is essential to the success of any project. The company already had a good protocol in place and it worked quite well, but it took forever to complete. So after about a year of going through the motions and experiencing the process, I came up with the idea of a centralized quality control tool for web development. That day, I came home after work and got started on a new project: Koalati.

Over the next few years, I kept working on this project in order to improve it and make it as complete as possible. We eventually started using Koalati as the main tool and driver for our pre-launch and quality control process at Eckinox.

Having seen that it could indeed help in an agency setting, I decided to turn the project into a SaaS - or software as a service - in order to ensure that the necessary funding was present for continued developments and maintenance.

And here we are now. It's 2021, and Koalati's future is looking better than ever.

Émile Perron working on a laptop

The real heroes: the open-source community

Although a lot of work has been put in to make Koalati what it is today, the real heroes are the contributors of the open-source community. Without them, Koalati's tools and services would be much more limited.

If it was not for all of those people's hard work and kindness in sharing their projects with the world, the development community would not be as great, and every field of technology would be much less advanced.

Learn about the open-source projects we use