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History[edit | edit source]
Clubhouse Software was founded in 2014 by Kurt Schrader and Andrew Childs. It was founded with the aim of “bringing more transparency and predictive models to the process of software engineering”. After a year in beta, its flagship product, a project management platform called Clubhouse, was launched in 2016.
In December 2017, Clubhouse raised $10m in Series A round of funding, led by Battery Ventures. Previous to this, the company had raised $4m across two rounds of seed funding from Resolute Ventures, Lerer Hippeau Ventures, BoxGroup, RRE Ventures, and Brooklyn Bridge Ventures.
Product[edit | edit source]
Clubhouse[edit | edit source]
Clubhouse is a commercial software product for project management and issue tracking. It includes features to track and plan user stories, plan software development sprints, visualize work in progress with kanban boards, and report on progress of work. Clubhouse is also free for up to 10 users.
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