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Appsheet

Appsheet

Appsheet is a Seattle based software company and platform that offers users the ability to create custom data driven "no-code" business apps for iOS, Android, and the web.

Appsheet is a software company and platform that offers users the ability to create custom data driven "no-code" business applications. It was launched in 2014 by Brian Sabino and Praveen Seshadri following a development process that started in 2012. The platform allows users to create mobile and desktop based apps by uploading their spreadsheet based business data to the software which then generates a application through big data analytics and machine learning processes that is custom created to the user's business process. The platform is marketed towards users in the sales, finance, inspections, field service, inventory management, operations, and project management industries. The platform generates iOS, Android, and web based apps.

The company participated in the Class 24 - Microsoft Azure 2013 cohort of Techstars. Appsheet was previously known as 1Track.

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2012

Appsheet was founded.

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Adam Stone

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Amit Mital

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Anand Rajaraman

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Anik Guha

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Anthony Fader

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Ben Slivka

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Breanna Welsh

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Brian Sabino

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Charles Fitzgerald

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Eddie Wang

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Mary Ludloff

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Peter Dykstra

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Phil Garrett

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Praveen Seshadri

Founder

Ryan Bundt

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Sanjay Parthasarathy

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Santiago Uribe

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Sarah Gould

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Sarah Phillips

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Shivakumar Venkataraman

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Ron Miller
January 14, 2020
TechCrunch
Google announced today that it is buying AppSheet, an 8 year-old no-code mobile application building platform. The company had raised over $17 million on a $60 million valuation, according to PitchBook data. The companies did not share the purchase price. With AppSheet, Google gets a simple way for companies to build mobile apps without having [...]

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