Oliver Muhr (CEO) © Benjamin Jehne
How are you different?
No one else is concentrating on CPM (Code & People Management). We analyse how software and code is built in a company to give them their assets, and how people work with these assets.
How often does your product/service show up in a user’s day or week?
Every day. There are thousands upon thousands of interactions between software and people, which gives us a massive amount of complex data. We then make these massive volumes of data easily understandable for executives.
What are the pros and cons of launching your startup from Berlin?
Only pros: Being global means dealing with various timezones, and Berlin allows us to deal with Asia in the mornings and the US in the afternoon. Also, the city is young and international, and we’re sitting right in the middle of capital and talent flowing to the city.
Seerene was featured in “The Hundert Vol. 10 – Startups of Berlin“, October 2017.