1. To build a piece of software that supports all the basic operational needs of an early stage, SaaS start-up. We believe a single, integrated platform is a simpler solution than supporting a handful of software solutions, giving your team more time to focus on growing your business.
2. To prove that there's a better way to build a business—one that results in more engaged employees, who are more fulfilled in both their personal and professional lives. As we build Outseta we're embracing self management and the other principles shared in Frederic Laloux's Reinventing Organizations. If you don't have time to read the book, you can watch an overview video of its core principles here, or read more on our blog.
Software today is, increasingly, a commodity. The companies that we work with tend to be those who care deeply about who they do business with, and those that the items below resonate with. Here are some additional links to help you figure out what we're all about.
Interested in why we decided to tackle this problem? Check out our launch announcement.
We mentioned we're building a self-managed company; one completely devoid of hierarchy; no bosses! Here's a bit more about that.
Here's our operating agreement. It outlines how we make financial and functional decisions at Outseta.
We operate basically without budgets, forecasts, or performance targets. Hear us out.
Sound idealistic? We like it that way.
Meet Our Team
Prior to Outseta, Dimitris Co-founded Buildium - a leading provider of software that streamlines the operations of residential property management companies. Today more than 15,000 businesses rely on Buildium. Dimitris lives in Boston, MA.
Prior to Outseta, Geoff worked with fellow Co-founder Dimitris at Buildium where he led the marketing team. Geoff subsequently led the marketing team at Roambi and now advises SaaS start-ups at www.saasgrowthstrategy.com. Geoff lives in San Diego, CA.
Prior to Outseta, Dave worked with fellow Co-founder Dimitris at Sapient Corporation and was Co-founder of Form 4 Oracle, a subscription service that helps investors understand what company executives actually think of their companies by providing an insider sentiment ranking. Dave lives in Boston, MA.