We are Everhour

A small and passionate team from Minsk, Belarus. Since 2015 we've been building our time management app that helps small and mid-size companies around the globe to better organize their working hours. Everhour is known for its best-in-class integrations with the most popular project management tools out there.

2015
year founded
$
0
VC funds raised
18
employees
3300
+
happy clients
145
K
active users
2
M
finished projects
#
1
Asana add-on
82
M
completed tasks

Our story

Back in 2010, we started out as a small IT outsourcing company—Weavora. And that’s where the idea of Everhour was born, based on our own time-keeping needs. We provide reports and invoice our clients based on the actual hours we worked. At first, we relied on existing tools but soon realized that none of them really met our needs.

We considered refraining from tracking time altogether, but understood we couldn’t just dream up numbers. We then tried everything from using spreadsheets to testing all of the popular time and project management systems on the market at the time.

Unfortunately, none were good enough for us and loved by our team. Everyone was logging time with great reluctance, and mostly post-factum, making it not as accurate as it should be. Our ideal tool needed to:

1

Be truly intuitive and even geeky to be loved by developers who aren’t big fans of reporting

2

Solve the needs of our small team: the less bureaucracy, the better

3

Have advanced features for quick and easy reporting

4

Provide the basis for analysis of initial estimates vs actual time spent

5

Help us provide clients transparent reports on the hours spent and work done


We received our first signup in September 2015. 3 years later and we’ve reached $1M ARR with a small team and no VC money!

Key lessons learned

Everhour Story — Finding our Product Market Fit

Dec 12, 2016 · 8 min read

Growing Our SaaS Company To $1M+
ARR: 7 People, 3 Years, No VC Money

Sep 28, 2018 · 5 min read

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Today Everhour is used in over seventy countries

Meet our team

Mike Kulakov
CEO
Yury Tolochko
Co-founder/CTO
Sergei Staroverov
Co-founder/COO
Waclaw Wolodko
Customer Success
Danila Nagornov
Customer Support
Eugene Petrachuk
Product Marketing
Yauhen Rymasheuski
UI/UX Designer
Lera Kuntsevich
UI/UX Designer
Sergei Dekevich
Frontend Team Lead
Denis Dymont
Frontend Developer
Ivan Lagunovsky
Software Developer
Ivan Dragun
Backend Developer
Artem Chechoro
QA Team Lead
Daniel Tal
QA Automation Engineer
Arthur Krivitsky
QA Automation Engineer
Julia Pantsialei
QA Automation Engineer
Paul Yakubets
Software Engineer
Ruslan Tukalenko
Frontend Developer

Our future plans

The Everhour team is never done refining the product and is always open to our customers’ feedback and valuable suggestions. It’s vital that we not only promote our vision of a perfect time management app but also do it in line with our users’ needs and expectations.

But that doesn't mean we get to implement all the ideas right away. Keeping the app easy and intuitive is the major principle behind our toolkit and too many features may disrupt that delicate balance.

We plan to further improve the existing integrations, as well as add some new ones to the mix, especially those with no native functionality for time tracking. That's so we can provide the most valuable tool for time-tracking (and more) out there.

We’re an independent profitable company and we’ll be here for our users for the long run.

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