Author: Sam Shaaban

Sam is one of NuRelm's founders. After a few years designing computer chips for organizations the size of small countries, he was tempted by the irresistible lures of starting a business: more work, less salary, and the ability to be as creative as he pleased provided the bills still got paid. This has worked out surprisingly well over the past 16 years, resulting in a successful company and a lot of happy clients. Sam's electrical engineering background and years of Web application development experience, combined with the wonders of an MBA, allow him to perform feats such as installing wiring while expounding on the viability of selling Web-based software to simplify the process.

Innovator Love Five Things We Love About Building Apps for Innovators and Researchers

A couple of partners and I founded NuRelm 18 years ago. During that time, we’ve worked with a long list of amazing clients who have taught … Read More »

FlowLink Introducing FlowLink

NuRelm is proud to announce the launch of FlowLink, the e-commerce integration platform that makes online store managers happy. Anyone with an online store dreams of … Read More »

header-prestashop-avatax Deloitte Uses ARxChange Technology to Help Health Providers Improve Revenues

Deloitte has announced a strategic alliance agreement to use ARxChange, a project that NuRelm had the pleasure of working on with TriCap Technology Group LLC. … Read More »

header-change-the-world 3 Healthcare Projects That Will Make the World a Little Better

We work with great clients to build amazing software. This statement sounds like it’s mostly about building, but it’s actually about finding great clients first, and … Read More »

header-web-based-vs-desktop Web-Based vs “Desktop” Software

Here at NuRelm, we build, integrate, celebrate, research, and, sometimes, gently caress web-based software.  Every once in a while, we build a piece of “desktop” … Read More »

header-front-end-soup Front-end Soup: React, Polymer, Riot, Ember, Angular, Aurelia

Developing for the web is awesome for the same reason that it can be tiring: New ideas, frameworks, technologies, and approaches that you should know … Read More »

header-qb-02 QuickBooks API Integration 2: The Horrors of OAuth

In the first article in this series on using the QB API, we came up with a basic plan, and made the implementation of it … Read More »

header-twitterdrinx TwitterDrinx: A Game

As a sponsor for a Startup Drinks Pittsburgh event, NuRelm was asked to provide some content for the event. On the day before Thanksgiving, a … Read More »

header-root Root: A Hearty Stew of Harvest, Quickbooks and Asana

Here at NuRelm, we love Harvest, Quickbooks Online, and Asana. We love to learn by doing, which often translates into working on internal “play” projects. … Read More »

NuRelm. UnTangle the Web. Five Years and Still Rolling

After 5 years at NuRelm, Greg still outclasses us all on the cold, hard lanes of Lawrenceville. Happy 5th and mad props to the best Lead Frontend … Read More »

header-qb QuickBooks API Integration 1: The Basics

Have you ever wished that you could make certain things happen in QuickBooks (QB) without having to log in and do them yourself?  For example: … Read More »

header-irce NuRelm @ Internet Retailer Conference + Exhibition

We’ll be in Chicago June 2 – 4, as will our friends from PrestaShop and Avalara. We’ve worked with PrestaShop for years, and have built … Read More »