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Meet Our Company

Inside Teem

We’ve all asked ourselves why we’re here – what are we trying to accomplish with all the hours in the work day? At Teem, we have a not-so-modest goal to make sure work doesn’t suck. For us, or for our customers.

Four Things We Think Suck About Work …

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Meetings Become Hurdles

When it’s a hassle to schedule and hold a meeting, they start to get in the way of work, instead of helping work get accomplished.

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Inflexible Workplaces

When employees don’t have any choice about how and where they work, they tend to be disengaged. Being disengaged sucks.

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Blind Decisions

Nobody likes having to make an important decision without enough data to feel confident it’s the right move.

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Office Politics

Ever been kicked out of a conference room because someone more senior wants to use it? It’s not fun.

In Pursuit of the
Frictionless Office

It makes sense that we’re dead-set on eliminating hurdles to office productivity. That’s how the company got started in the first place. Back in the day, our co-founders were working at a different company that built iOS apps on a project basis, agency-style. That company was growing quickly and resources were stretched thin.

Every day, meetings were interrupted by other employees trying to use the conference room. Even if the room was scheduled on the internal calendar, there was no way to make the reservation easily visible to others in the company. This led to plenty of awkward situations with clients, job candidates and other visitors because there was nowhere to sit down and meet.

So developer Zach Holmquist, now our illustrious co-founder and CTO, went home and built an iPad app to solve the problem.

“Once we put that app out there, it caught on like wildfire,” says our CEO and co-founder Shaun Ritchie. “Turns out other people were having the same problem.

By late 2014, our company, which was named EventBoard at the time, had raised $1.5 million in seed funding from Google Ventures, Zetta Venture Partners, Marc Benioff and others. That was followed by $6.5 million in Series A funding, led by Greycroft Partners with participation from Origin Ventures, Kickstart Seed Fund, Peak Ventures and Zetta Venture Partners. Most recently, we secured $13.5 million in Series B funding, led by Nokia Growth Partners (NGP) with participation from GE Ventures, to drive continued innovation around helping our customer companies maximize their workspaces and enable their employees to work more efficiently.

But funding is only part of the story. Our customers – more than 2,000 of them, from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies – are just as important. In fact, we tend to call them “friends” instead of “customers.” Once we start working with someone, they almost always stick with us, thanks in large part to our outstanding customer service team. Some businesses have been using our product for years because it makes their meetings better, every single day.

In October 2016, we changed our company name from EventBoard to Teem, to reflect our expanded focus on optimizing the digital workplace. We’re no longer confined to developing software for conference room displays, although we’ll continue to improve that flagship product. As Teem, we’ll offer even more employee-focused meeting tools and workplace analytics that bring together people, places and technology. Our future road map includes so many exciting new twists and turns that we get goosebumps thinking about it.

Leadership Team

Shaun Ritchie

CEO and Co-Founder

Before starting Teem, Shaun co-founded Neutron Interactive, an internet marketing and online lead generation company that is a two-time Inc. 500 award winner.

Zach Holmquist

Chief of Workplace Experience

Zach’s years of prototyping and development experience have advanced the product from an iOS app for conference room displays (EventBoard 1.0) to a powerful enterprise platform.

Derek Newbold

Chief Technology Officer

Skilled at recognizing and understanding demanding customer and business needs, and delivering revenue generating technology solutions to meet those needs.

Kyle Fraughton

VP of Sales

Kyle brings more than 12 years of experience in creating and growing successful businesses that have sold into corporate, channel, brand, direct, product and partner channels.

Joe Finlayson

VP Business Development

Joe is a seasoned director of business development with 14 years of experience working for Fortune 100 companies including Intel, Dell, Microsoft and Symantec.

Scott Jensen

SVP, Marketing

Senior Marketing and Business Strategist. Scott utilizes an analytical, calculated approach combined with careful local, national and global market research to ensure business growth.

Ryan Anderson

VP of Product Marketing & Workplace Strategy at Teem

Ryan comes to Teem with a wealth of experience in technology, the future workplace, and how to create better workplace experiences. While at Herman Miller and Steelcase, Ryan spearheaded advanced workplace initiatives garnering diverse experience in R&D, marketing, and sales.

Board Members

Mark Gorenberg, Zetta Partners

Mark Gorenberg

Zetta Partners
Mark Terbeek, Greycroft Partners

Mark Terbeek

Greycroft Partners
Brent Hill, Origin Ventures

Brent Hill

Origin Ventures
Upal Basu, NGP Capital

Upal Basu

NGP Capital
Ben Sampson, GE Ventures

Ben Sampson

GE Ventures
Dan Caffee, Neutron Interactive

Dan Caffee

Neutron Interactive
Mandy Edwards

Mandy Edwards

Independent Director

What It's Like Working
at Teem

Teem Company Culture

The first requirement for working at Teem is passion. Every department in the company is full of people who love what they do, whether it’s back-end development or human resources.

Some people are Teem evangelists before they even start working here – hey, word gets around – and if they aren’t, it doesn’t take long before they’re tweeting out updates with hashtags like #LoveMyJob. After all, customers love our product and the company’s leaders are transparent about the big-picture goals so everyone knows what they’re working towards.

Company barbecues and trips to the local amusement park are the sprinkles on the sundae. (You should see the photos from the killer roller coaster.)

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