Posts Tagged ‘startups’

Startups and Agile: 4 Things that Work

Published by on February 3, 2016.
Startups and Agile

At Sprintly, a good percentage of our customers are startups (or agencies that work closely with startups). I’ve spent the past few weeks talking to many of them about what’s working and not working in their product delivery process. It’s interesting to me how much I see repeating patterns across these teams. Here are 4 […]

What if your startup had free developers?

Published by on November 7, 2014.
Quick Left startup contest win 2 developers

Our company, Quick Left, loves startups. Over this past year, we’ve helped startups in different ways: Sprintly just introduced affordable startup-based pricing Quick Left has worked with Techstars grads and Foundry Group-backed startups We’ve also sponsored various events: hackathons, design week, and conferences Now we’re introducing a brand new program, just for startups. We’re offering […]

Sprintly’s new startup plan

Published by on September 24, 2014.
Sprintly agile project management software

This month I’ve been speaking to a number of Sprintly users. One encouraging trend: many of our users are using Sprintly to build their startup. Some of these projects are part-time, while others are full-time, investor backed ventures. Our team loves startups. We were once a startup ourselves! However, a lot of our startup users […]