Velt's Vision to Revolutionize App Collaboration
In today's digital age, we're so used to online collaboration that the idea of not being able to add a witty comment or a crucial note in an app feels almost prehistoric. Enter Velt, a Y Combinator-backed startup making waves by introducing a toolkit that empowers developers to sprinkle collaborative magic into their apps in under half an hour.
The Brain Behind the Operation
Meet Rakesh Goyal, the former Google Product Manager and brains behind Velt. After leaving Google in 2020 amidst the COVID chaos, Goyal found a gaping hole in the digital collaboration landscape. His eureka moment? Realizing that outside the cozy cocoon of Google Docs, the world of apps was a desolate wasteland of collaboration.
Blurring the Online-Offline Divide
A Trio of Verticals
Goyal's baby, Velt, focuses on three main areas: creative tools, business analytics, and CRM tools. It's like having a Swiss Army knife for digital collaboration, fitting into various niches like a glove.
More Than Just Code
But wait, there's more! Velt also offers Superflow, a nifty tool for marketing agencies to collaborate on their creative projects. Despite playing coy about their customer numbers, it's clear that Velt is on a meteoric rise, with a revenue that's been doubling faster than a rabbit population.
The Client Roster
Velt's clientele includes the likes of eqtble and awesomic, showing that their solutions are as diverse as their customer base. With a balanced mix of Superflow and SDK users, Velt is proving to be a hit across the board.
A Future Driven by AI
Last but not least, let's talk about Velt's love affair with AI. It's not just a fling; AI is set to be the cornerstone of Velt's future, enhancing both human-to-human and human-to-AI interactions. The goal? To make collaboration so seamless, you'd think you're telepathically connected.
So there you have it, folks. Velt is not just making apps collaborative; it's redefining what collaboration means in the digital world. Stay tuned, because the future of app collaboration is looking brighter than a supernova.