Stackify was founded in January 2012. Before Stackify, I was the CTO of a rapidly growing enterprise software service (SaaS) provider. I noticed that agile development had caused developers to be much more involved in day-to-day IT operations, but they lacked the tools and server access to do it efficiently. Virtually every dev and dev team deals with this problem. So, Stackify was founded to create a suite of tools to give not only developers, but everyone involved in the SDLC, the visibility and access they need to continuously improve the performance of their applications.
Our mission has always been to help software teams to continuously improve their applications. As COVID-19 is impacting the world, we want to assure you that we’re staying true to our promise.
Stackify shifts outreach strategy to concentrate its focus on local network expansion and prioritize Kansas City development teams. Stackify had centralized on inbound and outbound efforts without any geographic emphasis and will continue to serve development teams globally.
At Stackify, they understand their culture so thoroughly, their COO has written an entire guide on the subject.
Stackify has raised another round of capital. Stackify filed paperwork on November 20, 2019 that they had raised $4.132 million dollars. In conversations with the company, they revealed that they had actually raised a little more than $6 million in the form of both debt and equity. The round included $2 million from Cypress Growth Capital – continuing the pattern of receiving money from angels only.
A Leawood-based tech company has raised $6 million, and most of it came from Kansas City-area investors.
Stackify expects growth on the heels of a freshly announced $6 million funding raise, explained Matt Watson.
Stackify was recently named in the Constellation ShortlistTM Digital Performance Management Q3 2019 for the early adoption service provider of digital transformation initiatives.
Leawood-based Stackify LLC has checked off a first: landing on the Inc. 5000 list for the first time and securing a spot in the top 500.
If founders don’t put themselves out there, they’ll never know how far they can grow, advised Matt Watson, shortly after Inc. Magazine ranked his tech startup — Stackify — one of the fastest growing companies in Kansas City…
We are excited and honored to be ranked #379 in the Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s fastest-growing companies. Here are some thoughts from Founder & CEO Matt Watson about Stackify’s journey.
KC Tech Council released finalists Wednesday for its No Coast awards — a March 8 celebration of trailblazing innovators across the tech industry in Kansas City — which features a handful of startup founders and companies.
A team of six local angel investors has pushed Kansas City-sourced Stackify past the $2 million mark in the company’s latest funding raise, Matt Watson announced Wednesday.
The ongoing shift toward cloud computing has changed the balance of power for application management. As software becomes more complex and distributed across many different virtual machines, developers are shouldering responsibilities that were once held by IT operations teams.
Stackify was founded in 2012, making it a relatively new player in the field of Application Performance Management (APM) and code profilers. InfoQ reached out with Matt Watson, founder and CEO of Stackify, to learn more about its products Prefix and Retrace.
As we entered 2016, Startland News evaluated the area’s top startups based on the strength of their team, current traction, disruptiveness and job growth potential. Below is a list of the top 10 area enterprises we’ve identified — as well as four honorable mentions — that we think are poised to make big moves in 2016.
This past year, I was introduced to the Silicon Prairie when I hosted Big Omaha and spoke at Thinc Iowa. What’s the Silicon Prairie you ask? It’s just the hottest area in the country for tech startups that you never heard of.