What happens in a startup year

Feb 14, 2020  |  4 min read

Twelve months can feel like two years at a successful startup —and that’s a good thing! The business moves so quickly, product enhancements happen at such a rapid pace, and new team members are added so regularly, it can be a whirlwind experience.

For Alloy in 2019, that meant doubling our number of customers, doubling our team size, and making significant progress toward connecting the end-to-end supply chain to increase collaboration and efficiency. We continually iterated on our product and business, and learned many valuable lessons that have enabled us to better serve consumer brand manufacturers. We invite you to reflect on these accomplishments with us and get a glimpse into what happens in a startup year.

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An interview with Manfred (Manny) Reiche, Client Solutions

Jan 19, 2020  |  7 min read

 

Manfred (Manny) Reiche is the Data Operations Manager at Alloy. He joined the Client Solutions team over one year ago, after spending two years at Deloitte as a technology consultant. He holds a Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering and a Master’s in Systems Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.

 

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More industry experts join Alloy

Jan 2, 2020  |  3 min read

We’re really happy to introduce three key additions to our go-to-market team over the past few months. Jennifer and Melody represent Alloy’s expansion both geographically and as a market leader—both are located on the East Coast and come from industry incumbents that Alloy has competed against and displaced at customers. Jacqueline is leading a new Solutions Consulting function focused on demonstrating the technical and business value of our platform even prior to implementation.

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An interview with Michael Hutzli, Engineering

Sep 11, 2019  |  5 min read

Michael Hutzli is an engineering team lead in Alloy’s Vancouver office.

Before joining Alloy a bit over three years ago, he worked as a software engineer at Addepar in Mountain View and at AdNovum in Zurich, Switzerland. He holds a MSc in Computer Science from ETH Zurich.

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Alloy is hiring!

Jul 3, 2019  |  3 min read

Our team grew rapidly in the first half of 2019, fueled by strong customer growth and investor confidence. In fact, AngelList recently named Alloy one of the fastest growing startups in San Francisco hiring now. For the second half of the year, we’re planning to further accelerate that growth and have some major hiring goals!

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An interview with Lasse Holmstedt, Engineering

Jun 4, 2019  |  5 min read

Lasse Holmstedt is a Director of Product Engineering, based in Alloy's Berlin office. Prior to Alloy, he worked for 7 years at Nokia on devices like Nokia X, the company's first AOSP-based device. He was also the dev lead for Nokia Maps for Android and a developer on Qt Creator, a C++ IDE.

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