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UpKeep is a mobile application to assist technicians in creating and tracking work orders for equipment repairs. Some of their clients include the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Yamaha. The platform has over 7000 registered users including two large enterprises Universal Studios Orlando and Stericycle. UpKeep is available through any web browser on a desktop, Android or iOS device. The app also includes Apple Watch functionality for scrolling through work order tasks.
Developed and founded by current CEO Ryan Chan in 2013, UpKeep is a Y Combinator-backed company. The company has been featured in several media outlets including Tech Crunch, Forbes and the Wall Street Journal. In 2018, the company announced $10 Million in Series A funding.
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