- Atmos: Build your dream home
Atmos gives you the tools to plan and construct your ideal home. Its platform is an end-to-end home construction service. It starts with a land plot selector, where buyers can choose from hundreds of home plans that fit different requirements. From there, the team can provide expert input into customizing the plans to your liking. Once construction begins, Atmos serves as the project manager, acting as a single point of contact between you and everyone involved with building the home.
December 5, 2022
- Scoop: Solutions for hybrid teams
Scoop offers a set of products meant to improve the hybrid work experience. Some of these include Team Sync, which allows team members to easily see and share their location plans with each other; Workplace Sync, which provides companies with attendance data and desk management software; and Commute Sync, which allows employees to carpool together and have backup commute options.
November 28, 2022
- Pluto: Automated trading for everyone
Pluto is a platform that allows individuals to entirely automate their investments. It allows you to build rule sets (which it calls “strategies”) that make trades on your behalf. Strategies have a variety of options to choose from and can be edited using Pluto’s drag-and-drop builder or with Python code. Prior to launching a strategy, Pluto determines the strength of the rule set based on previously reported returns. When you’re ready to launch a strategy, you can either launch it in a sandbox environment (your “practice portfolio”) or set it live on the market.
November 21, 2022
- crowd.dev: Community-led growth platform for devtools
crowd.dev is a platform that helps developer tool (devtool) teams consolidate and better leverage the community that uses and contributes to their software. Its centralized dashboard keeps track of community members and dev-related analytics and can pull info from many popular community and dev platforms.
November 14, 2022
- Rewind: The search engine for your life
Rewind offers a software tool that enables you to revisit anything you’ve seen, said, or heard on your computer. Users can see a graphic timeline of their screen and search through their history to find text they may have read on their screen or heard in an online meeting.
November 7, 2022
- Special - Bilt Rewards: Earn rewards by paying your rent
For the first time in two years of Unicorner history, we’re bringing you a special edition of our weekly rundowns. Bilt Rewards hit unicorn status last week following a whopping $150 million growth round. So for this week, we sat down with Bilt CEO Ankur Jain to revisit Bilt’s mission and vision, as well as detail what it takes to grow from a seed founder to a unicorn executive.
October 31, 2022
- Warp: A modern terminal
Warp is building a command line interface with additional features. With a vision to modernize the terminal, the company’s CLI includes features like command autocomplete, command history, command search, and sharing, with a focus on speed and readability.
October 24, 2022
- Causal: Better planning platform for business data
Causal is building an improved way for companies to organize and model their financials and business data. Originally created as an alternative to traditional spreadsheets, Causal’s platform allows businesses to structure data and create predictive models easily, all while quickly generating clear visuals to accompany that data. It also offers hundreds of integrations with software like Salesforce, Stripe, Hubspot, and more.
October 17, 2022
- ServiceUp: End-to-end car maintenance
ServiceUp offers end-to-end car services. Users can get a quote online for services such as brake, battery, or engine service, then have their car picked up and returned with the job completed. The company also offers services to businesses for employees and to businesses that manage fleets, such as catering, plumbing, and house cleaning services.
October 10, 2022
- Seel: AI-enabled e-commerce returns and order insurance
Seel offers customers and online retailers post-purchase guarantees at no cost to the seller. Its two main features are return assurance, which offers a return and refund guarantee on purchased products, and a delivery guarantee that will refund your purchase if it isn’t delivered before a certain date. Customers opt into these guarantees for a small fee paid to Seel (determined by an AI-powered risk model). Seel then pays all refund costs out of pocket, allowing retailers to keep all revenue from sold products.
October 3, 2022