Basecamp makes Basecamp, HEY, Ruby on Rails, and we write books. We're a remote, global company with teammates throughout the world.
- Resource Guru
Resource Guru was born when two people, working in a digital agency, were grappling with a problem that didn’t seem to have any decent solutions. 9 years on, we have a leading productivity app that is changing the way teams manage time across the globe. We have some incredible customers including NASA, Ikea, Publicis, Accenture, Red Hat, KPMG, Pirelli, M&C Saatchi, VMware, Ogilvy, PwC, Virgin Media and the NHS. They all trust Resource Guru to handle one of their most precious assets - their people’s time.We are a small, remote team with employees in the UK, Europe and South Africa. This means you would be free to work from anywhere with a good internet connection and a 4 hour time overlap with GMT business hours. We live in Slack, have daily video standups and some of us like to meet up occasionally to work together from coworking spaces. We’re a friendly team and like to think of ourselves as a family :)
Everchron is a collaborative case management platform used by law firms and legal departments around the world. Everchron puts your case-critical information at your fingertips in a secure workspace, accessible from anywhere, so you can focus on substantive analysis and preparation for investigations, applications, hearings, and trial. Lawyers love the simple and intuitive experience of using Everchron to securely collaborate with their teams at every stage of a case.
From one-time usability testing to ongoing UX research programs, Marketade helps companies turn user insights into innovation and business results. We're a small, fully remote agency helping large and mid-size organizations across the U.S. and beyond. Our clients include GEICO, McDonald's, United Nations, Herman Miller, Stanford, and NIH. We're based in the Washington DC area and have consultants in or near Philadelphia, New York City, Portland, Houston, Raleigh/Durham, and Vermont.
In 2010 a small group of geeks was wondering what to work on next. We read some blog posts and were immediately transformed with purpose. Back in 2010 email overload wasn't nearly as bad as it is today, and our purpose has only become clearer and our mission grander since. We had a few rules for whatever the solution would be: The customer doesn't have to do or learn anythingIt has to work everywhere people check their email todayIt has to be as secure as humanly possibleIt has to get better over timeIt has to be valuable enough for people to be happy to pay forAnd this is how SaneBox came to life. It's a simple service that analyzes your past behavior (which emails you open, which you respond to, how quickly, how often, etc) and determines importance of incoming emails without ever looking at the content (only the headers). It moves unimportant emails out of the Inbox into a separate folder called SaneLater and summarizes them in a digest. It works anywhere you check your email (since it's just an email folder). After listening to our customers, we built lots of other features:Snooze non-urgent emailsUnsubscribe with 1 clickReminders when people don't reply to youMoving attachments to Dropbox and BoxCustom filtering rules, etcWe're always working on more stuff to help you fall in love with email again
Inside.com's mission is to make people smarter. We publish newsletters focusing on business, tech, and venture capital news. We host events and we are building a community to help our readers gain knowledge and build their network.
Our mission at Customer.io is to power automated communication that people like to receive. Today over 4,000+ internet businesses use Customer.io to manage, send, and track performance of email, SMS, and push notifications. Unlike typical marketing platforms, Customer.io helps businesses increase relevance by using behavioral data: what people do or don’t do when logged in to a web or mobile app.