For us, our values are more than just words. They are ways of living, creating, and doing.
Everything follows from how much value we can provide our customers. We show our product to let creators see if it suits them and prioritize their experience over the bottom line.
The uncertainty and difficulty of deep tech make it interesting. We don't avoid changing direction or grappling with complex technical problems.
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. We insist on honesty in communication and simplicity in design.
Growing a startup can be hectic, but it should be fun. We prioritize culture-fit over technical skills or experience.
In other companies, people are conditioned to think only in terms of the specific responsibilities of their role. We think more broadly - challenging decisions, clarifying ideas, and highlighting issues across the business.
Several years ago, while working at another company, three friends saw first-hand how time-consuming video production is. There are so many moving parts - the script, actors, and setting have to be just right - and if something is out of place, you have to reshoot. They gathered a team of world-class engineers and AI researchers to build a platform now used by companies like Hewlett Packard, BASF, and BMW to create and localize videos in minutes that previously would have taken months.