Augment Ventures January 2022 Update

Happy New Year!

Meet Co-founder & CMO Alison Accavitti

Alison AccavittiMeet Co-founder & CMO Alison Accavitti

Alison’s ambitions to build an underdog brand with a mission for elevating people are realized every day at Rivet. In her role, she’s scaling sales and marketing while building a brand from scratch. She’s responsible for the brand name, for the introduction of “Rosie”, Rivet’s in-app bot, and until recently, was the designer responsible for the app UI that is adored by customers as modern and easy to use. She prefers being in the trenches with her team.

“Having a strong culture is number one for me,” Alison said. “I’m passionate about elevating skilled workers, but also the team internally at Rivet. Getting new team members immersed in their roles with purpose as quickly as possible is really motivating for me as a leader.” Alison is also a Board Director at Rivet, as well as a working mom.

Company Update

RivetRivet’s mission is to revolutionize how people and assets are managed by skilled trade contractors and improve the field work experience for all.

The Rivet team has kicked off an incredible start to 2022. The company welcomed six new team members, launched over dozen new pilots, expanded its channel partnership nationwide, and launched several new product features.

Rivet Dashboard RevealA new Dashboard feature allows schedulers accurate and fast views of labor utilization and job changes. The Equipment Scheduling feature now includes the ability to assign equipment to multiple workers, vehicles, equipment – in addition to job sites. The team is working on releasing new features which include labor forecasting, labor costs, and timecards.

In the News

Rivet LogoCEO and co-founder Ryan Meitl was featured on WJR’s Opportunity Detroit this month.

In December, Rivet also joined its electrical channel partner at the annual IDEAL National Championship, where electricians compete for cash prizes.

Technology Trends for 2022

2022-techEvery year the top technology writers and prognosticators lay out their vision for the coming year. Here are some interesting insights (and perhaps stretches) from The Economist, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, GP.Bullhound, and Gartner on what to expect in 2022.

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