1. We help to manage your cloud ecosystem
2. About Kickoff
It’s not a secret that today is a cloud epoch. Cloud services help to
save time and money.
Every modern company use a bunch of cloud services. But cloud
ecosystem of the company needs to be supported somehow. That’s
what Kickoff is about.
Kickoff is a tool for cloud ecosystem management of your company.
3. What do we solve?
● Services inventory
All service accounts in one place.
● Services access management
One click to grant/revoke access to the service for your employee.
● Automate routine staff with services
One click to create a project infrastructure (with repositories, issue trackers, mail
● Right and secure services culture
No more one service account for whole organization. No more forgotten credentials.
4. How does it work?
5. Market analysis
According to Gartner predictions cloud service market will extremally
grow. They have predicted that from 2013 through 2016, $677 billion
will be spent on cloud services worldwide.
Gartner Says Worldwide Public Cloud Services Market to Total $131 Billion
Gartner Says Cloud Computing Will Become the Bulk of New IT Spend by 2016
There are three competing cloud services.
These companies provide trigger services but all of them are focused
on services interaction only.
In contrast, Kickoff is focused on a company and services interaction.
So it does not have direct competitors.
7. Our benefits
Kickoff main ideas are:
● automate routine staff
Make a new project in the company it’s routine process creating some repositories, wiki spaces,
mail lists, whatever. With Kickoff it is possible by one click.
● service management
Use all services from one place.
Create a services pack in Kickoff and use it for the further projects.
● bring best practice of company process organization is available for
Turn the light off at 8:00PM in an office just for showing your employees that it’s time to go
home. Just setup wemo light switcher and create a trigger in Kickoff.
World’s best practice is available for any company with Kickoff.
8. Potential customers
Any company that uses cloud services (startups, small and
● hosted (make sense for companies with high security level)
9. Product promotion
Ads in Google, LinkedIn, Stackoverflow
Periodic posts in press (TechCrunch, HackerNews, Reddit)
Blog posts about automatization tricks
Partnership with cloud services
● Freemium. Charging by user per month
● Hosted version for enterprise customers.
11. Product roadmap
January - March 2014:
○ multi projects in organization
○ user tags
March - May 2014:
○ more integrations with services
○ bulk operations
○ beta testing
○ first customers
○ public sales start
● Aleksei Kornev - founder, developer
● Anton Antonov - founder, developer
● Anton Kalachev - qa
We plan to enlarge the team. At this moment we are looking for:
● internet marketolog