Company InformationRange was founded on March 2017. The company is based in San Francisco, CA, USA . The number of employees in Range is less than 10. Exploring how software can cultivate healthy, inclusive, and creative organizations.
Here is how Range describes itself: "Whether at home or work, build successful teams with Range. Stay in sync, feel connected, and get more done."
Funding & investorsRange has received 2 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $8.5M.
- General Catalyst (Venture capital)
- First Round Capital (Venture capital)
- Bloomberg Beta (Corporate venture capital)
- Upside Partnership (Micro vc)
- Precursor Ventures (Micro vc)
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Range - Blog
- Meet Lead Time, a new community for engineering leaders — Focused on creating better working environments, and featuring an interview series, Lead Time Chats, where top engineering leaders share learning and growth perspectives
- New feature alert: customize your Check-ins schedule and reminders — Range now works even better with you and your team’s workflows
- How Informed K12’s engineering lead uses Check-ins to enhance his team’s daily standup — After using Range at Twitter, Ethan Schlenker brought it to support his team at an education startup
- How Adobe uses Range to foster team culture across time zones — Across the US and India, Kristen Toole and her Content Experiences & Innovation team use Check-ins and Meetings to strengthen connections
- Will the real emoji Santa please step forward — Exploring Santa's internet presence
- Getting asynchronous communications right — Viewpoints from B2B SaaS leaders
Range is announcing Lead Time, a community for engineering leaders who aspire to create better working environments for their teams.
A new set of features in Range allow you to customize your Check-ins schedule, reminders, and audience to match status updates to the way your team works
A success story featuring engineering lead Ethan Schlenker of Informed k12 discussing how he uses Range to keep his remote team effective.
A success story about how Kristen Toole, manager of the Content Experiences & Innovation team at Adobe uses Range Cehck-ins to keep her team in sync and connected.
Something as simple as sharing an emoji on Range or Slack that indicates can help start conversations about how people are doing, and is a powerful way to build connections. We explore the various emoji versions of Santa in this post.
B2B Business leaders offer their perspectives on how to get asynchronous communications right to help fuel remote work and team effectiveness. From improving agile development, to decreasing micromanagement and building trust, getting async right is key to remote team communication.