Congratulations to our customers, Brett and David Kopf, for being recognized in Fast Company’s “100 Most Creative People of 2015” for “keeping parents in the know” . Bill and David were recognized for the great success of their app, Remind, which enables teachers to easily communicate with students and parents, and is now used by over 25 million people. Remind is developed in part by one of 10x’s senior freelance programmers, Constantine Vetoshev.
“We live in an age where you can have an Uber cab show up in two minutes,” Brett was quoted as saying. “But if your kid is failing school, you probably don’t know for three months.” Remind keeps the conversation between school, parent and child fluid and has grown rapidly since its impressive launch (see Wall Street Journal’s Remind Raises $40 Million to Become Educators’ Top Messaging App).
Vetoshev started out working on the message delivery system, but has spent the last few months focusing more widely on growth. His most recent project is to build an updated version of the AB-test experimentation framework. If you’re interested in considering Constantine for your next project please contact us here.
Check out the article and interview with Bill and Dave: