Ravetree, an Apex software startup, says its technology enables entire companies to become “agile,” not just a team of software developers.
To better understand Ravetree’s definition, here is the definition of agile software:
“Agile software development describes a set of values and principles for software development under which requirements and solutions evolve through the collaborative effort of self-organizing cross-functional teams.” (Source: Wikipedia)
So what’s the Ravetree play?
“Agile has been popular among software teams for many years. More recently, Agile has started to become popular in a variety of industries,” says CEO Davidson Wickers.
“However, most existing Agile software is built for software teams, and doesn’t provide the necessary functionality needed by other business types. Ravetree provides everything that is needed for Agile companies to be productive.”
Ravetree will be pitching investors at the CED Tech Venture conference on Sept. 19-20 in Raleigh.
This profile is one of a series written, edited and published by WRAL TechWire in partnership with the CED.
- Website: https://www.ravetree.com
- Email contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address:1878 Firenza Drive, Apex, NC 27502
- CEO: Davidson Wicker
- How many employees? 3
- Link to CED Tech Venture Company Profile: https://cednc.org/company-profile/ravetree
- What is the focus of your business?
We are focused on providing that best productivity software to Agile companies.
- What is the top pain point/business application you are seeking to address?
Agile has been popular among software teams for many years. More recently, Agile has started to become popular in a variety of industries. However, most existing Agile software is built for software teams, and doesn’t provide the necessary functionality needed by other business types. Ravetree provides everything that is needed for Agile companies to be productive.
- What makes it unique?
We are the only full-featured Agile project management solution that is built for entire organizations that are Agile.
- Why should investors be interested in your firm?
We landed our first customer in January 2017 and we already have paying customers in both the US and the UK.
Also, [software news/information website] Capterra listed “a move from traditional project management to Agile project management” as the No.1 project management trend for 2017.
- How are you financed at this point?
We have raised around $160k in “friends and family” money.