We believe that software can empower employees to build the company that they want to work and live in.
iDoneThis makes it easy to track and celebrate the progress that you make at work every day. We email you at day's end and ask, "What'd you get done today?" Just reply. The next morning, you'll get a digest that shows you the team's accomplishments from yesterday. Start a conversation and share your thanks.
Our approach is to build software that you don't have to remember to use. We're focused on keeping it simple and lightweight, because software should amplify what you get done, not get in the way. We make design decisions based on customer feedback & data, social science, and our gut.
- Walter, Rodrigo, Mike, and Ginni
Walter is a software engineer and former big law firm lawyer. He has his J.D. with honors from the University of Michigan Law School and he studied math and computer science at Cornell University.
Rodrigo is a software engineer and armchair scientist. He studied in the physics Ph.D program at Northwestern University and has his B.S. in computer science, physics, and mathematics from the University of Oregon.
Mike has built enterprise-grade software applications for corporate clients and consulted on wireless network deployments in Rwanda. He studied in the computer engineering Ph.D program at Georgia Tech and has his B.S. in computer science from the University of Michigan with high distinction.
Chief Happiness Officer
Ginni is a former big law firm lawyer and standup comic. She is an honors graduate of the University of Michigan Law School and Amherst College.
Byte & Pixel Pusher
Tony worked with the Ordr.in team through TechStars. Before that he had been making e-commerce stores on EC2, and pushing his data visualization ideas. Tony got his B.A. from Wheaton College where he studied math and will destroy anyone in ping pong.
We're backed by a great team of investors, including InterWest Partners, Sierra Ventures, Gokul Rajaram, and AngelPad.
We are based in San Francisco, California, at 250 King St. #624, San Francisco, CA 94107. Drop by anytime if you're in the neighborhood.
Feel free to call us at 415-484-5848 (ideally between 10am PT and 7pm PT)—it goes straight to Walter's cell phone.