Mavenlink Co-Founder and CCO Sean Crafts had the chance to sit down and pick the brain of entrepreneur Dharmesh Shah, the co-founder and CTO of HubSpot. Dharmesh’s personal resume is impressive; in addition to his work at HubSpot, he created a blog for software startups (OnStartups); has started and sold two other software companies; is an active member of the Boston entrepreneurial scene; and is an angel investor in over 30 startups.
Our first featured Maven was one of the earliest Mavenlink employees, Melissa. Today we’re meeting another original team member: Jeff! He works in our San Francisco office helping to create many of the powerful features seen in Mavenlink (most recently, he helped build our updated utilization report). Read on to learn more about Jeff and what he does here at Mavenlink!
Good utilization is the hallmark of a well-run agency or professional services team. When your team is consistently busy delivering work (and not so busy that they burn out), you can hire reliably and invest in your business.
Rate Cards are a powerful way to standardize project pricing and improve the efficiency of your team’s billable projects. Since we first launched this feature last year, we’ve been listening to feedback from Rate Card power users. Today, we are excited to share with you some new enhancements that make Rate Cards even more versatile.
In an effort to make the settings area for your Mavenlink projects more intuitive and even easier to get to, we’ve made a few recent improvements. Most notably? We’ve moved the gear icon to access your settings to a position that is more noticeable: right next to your project’s name.
Did you know the Mavenlink experience can be customized to your brand? Custom branding allows the Mavenlink interface to feel like an extension of your business. When your team members and clients collaborate inside the application, they’ll feel like they are using your application — not ours.
Custom branding allows you to:
- Prominently display your brand’s logo in the top left-hand corner of the navigation bar
- Change the color scheme of the Mavenlink interface to match your brand
- Add custom lin...
Your Mavenlink projects are home to so much information: your team, their hours, project tasks, shared files, etc. All that information means that good organization is a must for running your projects in Mavenlink, which is why we built Project Groups.
One size does not fit all. While we try and think of everything our customers may need and build it into our software, we understand that there are certain unique aspects every business must account for.
Today, I am excited to unveil a new Mavenlink identity.
To explain this change, it’s important to revisit why Roger, Sean, and I started this company. While working in the high-tech consulting industry, we observed what made companies successful. It was more than drive and talent; it was also their ability to apply the right technology in the right way.
Our mission, and the mission of Mavenlink, is to help all businesses succeed in today’s hyper-connected and fast-moving world. We’ve set out...
When you log into Mavenlink this week, you will notice things look a little different. To match the growth and maturity of our products and features, we unveiled a new look for Mavenlink that better reflects our mission of helping our customers transform the way they conduct business.