Per user / month
Teaminator is best suited for agile software teams, but any team working on creative problem solving will benefit.
From Teaminator's perspective, a team is a group of people who collaborate and work together in order to reach a common goal. In that sense, people from the same department aren’t necessarily a team. People working on the same project/product/feature are likely going to be a team.
If you want to feel like a VIP, request a live demo at email@example.com. Yes, you will have to talk to a human to get the full details and all your questions answered. In case you’d really rather not, you can have a peek at our demo team and try to figure it out all by yourself. But seriously, you’re better off talking to us - we love our users!
In general, Teaminator is a team sport. We believe that trying to improve single individuals is not as effective as focusing on the interactions and the environment. While an individual could get some benefit from Teaminator’s quests, we don’t recommend using the tool in solo mode. If you love our tool and would like to make it work in your company regardless of how you’re organized, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We may be able to come up with a solution for you.
You can get up to 1 year free for your whole team if you participate in our case study program. Contact us for more details. If you’re running a startup, we have some good news too - Teaminator is free for early stage startups (we do have a few caveats on what “early stage” means though). Get in touch if you’d like to check your eligibility.
We like to think about Teaminator as a manager intern. It’s pretty clever, but still requires supervision from more senior colleagues. At the same time, it will free your senior leaders from repetitive tasks and provide insights that normally require careful and time-consuming analysis. Teaminator’s “salary” is only a fraction of what you’d pay a human doing the same job. If you struggle to convince your boss that Teaminator is a reasonable investment, drop us an email with a brief description of your situation. We’ll help you craft a good message describing the ROI to your boss.