In an industry where costs have doubled and margins are tight, there can be no lapse in productivity. With equipment downtime being a contractors largest cost, there is an enormous amount of productivity wasted due to the pains that come with parts procurement.
At Gearflow, we are on a mission to address construction's productivity problem, one that we have experienced first hand, by streamlining equipment parts procurement and eliminating the fleet maintenance pains that come with it.
We just raised our $3M seed round in June '21 to invest in growing our engineering team. We have a lot of demand for what we are building and working to go faster in catching up.
The market timing is right for Gearflow.
The pandemic has accelerated the need for ecommerce while parts is the largest contributor to a construction equipment manufactor's profitability. Suppliers are actively seeking a marketplace built for them to adapt to the fast changing buyer needs and to protect their parts business from players like Amazon.
The timing could not be better to finally address construction's largest productivity problem.
We are an eclectic, diverse group of thinkers that are all energized by this massive problem we are tackling for construction's underserved majority.
On the surface, we are all very different. And that is what makes our days so fun.
We are recruiting highly talented people who get excited about bringing digital solutions to analog processes.
People who are inspired by serving generational business in the construction industry, and get energized by innovating for industrial entrepreneurs.
We want to add people who have a passion for creating life-changing value for people doing real work.
We are looking for someone who loves building client facing product at an early stage to lead the development of the buyer experience on Gearflow.
You're in the right place if you:
We’re looking for an experienced full stack developer to help build core customer facing elements to our platform. We’re looking for someone with exposure to Elixir, as that is our chosen stack, but it is not a requirement.
Does this role sound like a good fit? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org