Staffluent is the first company to emerge from last fall’s PSLU Bootcamp. The company aims to disrupt existing staffing systems in the healthcare space.
January 30th, 2015 | Technical.ly guest post by Michael Riley
Last fall, 75 people attended the PSLU Bootcamp to learn how to build a successful startup. Out of the 14 teams that were formed through the program, Staffluent is the first to incorporate as a company and build a working product.
Staffluent is a service that connects available workers to open shifts with an initial focus on hospitals. Its goal is to solve problems companies have scheduling shifts and communicating with staff. Kronos is a big player in this space, with a current valuation of $4.5 billion.
Staffluent’s plan is to disrupt the industry, however, like Uber is doing to taxis, by using new logistics and communications technology.
The four founders met for the first time at the Bootcamp in September, entering the program without an idea. Over the course of the 90-day bootcamp, while working side by side, they sowed the seeds of Staffluent and formed their team of cofounders.