2017 Year in Review

What. A. Year. Wow! 2017 was fantastic. We started Jan. 1 with a lot of momentum and finished Dec. 31 with A LOT of momentum. In between was 363 days of progress in the form of sales wins, partnership agreements, product design and engineering achievements, customer service smiles and closed recruitments (our own). Here is …

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2016 Mid-Year Review At Comeet

Mid-Year Review: New Investors, A Lot More Customers and Relentless Innovation We are already six months into 2016 – that was fast – and it’s time for a mid-year review, a quick summary of developments inside and outside Comeet. Investment News: We just announced closing of our $1.2 million seed round, and are thrilled with …

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Why We Do What We Do

Why do so many people throw themselves into the startup world where there is no shortage of rejection, frustration and struggle? First, that’s part of the fun – the heroic struggle to overcome odds and the doubts of strangers and people on the outside of your company. Second is the satisfaction of seeing a vision, …

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2015 Year in Review

Before January and 2016 capture everyone’s attention, we wanted to cast a final and contented look in the mirror to 2015 and give you a 2015 Year in Review from our perspective. As a young technology company, it was a scramble. If you’ve ever worked, or are working, in a startup environment, in any industry, …

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Who Uses Comeet? 12 VC-Funded Companies That Do

“Who uses Comeet?” is a common question in sales calls and product demos. Analyzing our customer base, there is much variety; really small customers with fewer than 15 employees, Series D startups with hundreds of staff, and several customers with an org chart of thousands. They range from pre-revenue to publicly-traded, and operate in different …

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Our 2015 UX Awards Nomination Started With a Board Game

Our 2015 UX Awards nomination began with a dice and railroads and a “Get of Jail Free” card.  It’s true. Monopoly inspired our UX team when they started to design Comeet. The game about landlords and rents led to the drag-and-drop workflow that helps make the platform so easy to use. It’s one of the reasons for …

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