Flick Software has recently released a new project called Sheldon– a tool that aids organizations with resource-management. Originating from issues inside Flick Software itself, Sheldon is intended to replace the neverending, complicated spreadsheets that are often used for keeping track of resources. He does more than this, though– he analyzes past projects to help optimize future ones, and attempts to inject fun and humor into the data collection and time tracking processes. He joins a growing body of software geared towards increasing efficiency and ease at companies around the globe.
- Jason Flick, founder of YouiTv, has noted that many startups, once they’ve moved past having just a few people, find it very difficult to track projects.
- While very large company’s often have the funds to develop proprietary tracking tools, Flick notes that such is not the case with smaller businesses.
- To fill the gap, Flick’s design team developed a tracking tool, called Sheldon, with a quirky personality.
“The ten-person team, for which Flick acts as an advisor, consists entirely as millennials, who sourced the software-as-a-service’s personality from characters such as the Big Bang Theory’s Sheldon Cooper.”