Mobile Development —
Ariadna is the founder of Sanno, a health app that helps identify the causes of gut issues through data patterns and finds the right care with personalised actions, clinical programs and clinicians.
As a result of her gut health journey, Ariadna studied Nutrition Science and earned a certification from Stanford School of Medicine in 2020.
Prior to this, she spent 9 years working with private equity firms in debt funds in London. She was involved in the deployment of c. $500m on financing in healthcare and tech-driven companies.
In 2017, Ariadna was featured in the Forbes 30 under 30 list in Europe for her career in finance and entrepreneurship.
In 2010, Ariadna created CEMS Entrepreneurs, a platform which is part of the CEMS network across 32 business schools in 4 continents. She has mentored over 50 ventures in Health Tech, Ed Tech and Consumer Finance.
Ariadna holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Management by ESADE Business School and the CEMS Master’s degree by HEC Paris School of Management.
The main challenge faced was making sure the product reached user hands as quickly as possible, while maintaining an amazing user experience and performant solution on mobile platforms. In a startup like Sanno, iterations and user feedback are key.
Our engineering process had to take into account the sensitive nature of the healthcare industry, as a loss of quality in the solution could lead to undesired outcomes
In order to achieve our goals, we had to develop a thorough and accelerated engineering process based on SCRUM with short sprints. We used React-Native framework to develop our solution since we needed a mature hybrid-technology in order to achieve the desired pace.
We finally automated the whole integration and deployment process using Bitrise that allowed us to achieve multiple builds per-week constantly.