Clubhouse, which bills itself as "the collaborative home for modern software teams", reports that it has grown from 30,000 registered users to over 100,000 since September 2019.
In a field awash with alternatives like Asana, Jira, and Trello, Clubhouse has decided to focus on building a fast tool that works well for product and engineering teams in high-growth companies. The focus is clearly paying off as customers switch from other tools after trying Clubhouse.
“We made a bet on building an easy-to-use, fast, and powerful platform that enables modern software teams and their collaborators to do their best work, while still being a joy to use,” said Kurt Schrader, co-founder and CEO of Clubhouse. So far, the approach seems to be paying off.
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