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Idaptic, Inc.

Rapidly deployable, highly configurable, SaaS business process management/improvement solutions for SMBs and larger enterprises alike.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Software
  • Location Louisville, CO, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded March 2007
  • Employees 3
  • Website idaptic.com

Company Summary

Idaptic’s solution is positioned between high functionality / high cost, “big box” solutions by IBM, Microsoft, SAP and others (that require consultants and IT departments to implement and change) and low functionality / low cost niche solutions (which require the user’s process conform to their software and cannot be easily integrated with other BPM solutions).

Idaptic’s user- configurable architecture empowers the business user (e.g., a depa

Team

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    Barry Pier
    CEO

    • 15(+) years of executive management experience
    • 7 high tech startup, early-stage, joint venture & turnaround engagements
    • BS in Civil Engineering, University of Texas ; MS in Industrial Engineering

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    Matthew Day
    CTO

    • 19(+) years of software development experience
    • Architected process software for large enterprises, serving thousands of users
    • BS in Cognitive Science from Carnegie Mellon

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    Eric Gooley
    Product Development (Advisor)

    • 17(+) years of management and operations experience
    • BS in CE from the United States Military Academy, West Point; MS in Engineering Management

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    Ian Dickinson
    Business Development (Advisor)

    • 16(+) years of finance and ops management experience
    • Executive leadership roles in both public and venture capital backed companies
    • BS is Finance from Fort Lewis College

Advisors

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    Cooley, LLP
    Lawyer
    Unconfirmed
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    Campbell & Associates, Inc.
    Accountant
    Unconfirmed

Previous Investors

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    Founders, friends and family (total $435K convertible promissory notes)
    Unconfirmed