Jellyfish is the leading Engineering Management Platform, providing complete visibility into engineering organizations, the work they do, and how they operate.
Jellyfish Engineering Management Platform (EMP) provides the kind of visibility engineering leaders need to make sure the team is working on the things that are strategically aligned to the business, optimize the team's execution, and deliver results faster.
Jellyfish was founded in 2017 by Andrew Lau, David Gourley, and Phil Braden. The company is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.
Jellyfish leverages insights from Jira and GitHub to maintain high performing engineering teams that are strategically aligned with the business.
Jellyfish analyzes engineering signals and contextual business data to enable engineering leaders to align engineering decisions with business initiatives and deliver the right software, efficiently, on time.
Jellyfish's customers include companies like Acquia, Toast, and Jobvite, who uses its platform to optimize the process, allocation, and structure of their organizations, and to focus their teams on what matters most to the business.
Jellyfish is backed by Accel and Wing Venture Capital. The company raised $7M in a Series A round on May 05, 2020. This brings Jellyfish's total funding to $12M to date.