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Adyton PBC

Adyton PBC

Adyton is a veteran-owned, venture-backed American Public Benefit Corporation founded in 2018 by special operations veterans JJ Wilson and James Boyd.

Adyton PBC is a veteran-owned, venture-backed American Public Benefit Corporation founded in 2018 by special operations veterans JJ Wilson and James Boyd. Adyton PBC creates mobile software for national security workers, emergency first responders, members of the military, and other critical workers.

Software

Adyton PBC has developed a few types of software to aid active service members and organizations with basic functions. They created a planning and scheduling software that can schedule events, assignments, and workers. Their training and evaluation software monitors individual and group progress in training exercises and hosts the onboarding process for new workers. Adyton PBC also offers army equipment and inventory tracking with its app 92X.

Mustr

Adyton PBC first developed the mobile app Mustr in 2020. As of 2021, it is still in testing mode and there's a waitlist of organizations for a trial period. Mustr is a communications and data tracking app for active military service members. Mustr digitizes data for fast and easy reporting. It has features such as attendance status updates, document sharing, and crisis response notifications. Mustr's digitization method can save workers from spending hours manually entering data into spreadsheets. The app is available for any smartphone.

Timeline

June 23, 2020
Mustr is released on the app store.
December 2019
Adyton PBC raises a $4,164,997 venture round.
2018
Adyton PBC was founded by JJ Wilson and James Boyd.

Funding Rounds

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SBIR/STTR Awards

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