Refactr wins AFWERX SBIR Phase 1 20.1 award and is selected by Microsoft to a Defense Accelerator by Capital Factory and Long Capture
Refactr has been awarded a "United States Air Force AFWERX Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) 20.1 Phase 1 contract"“The Air Force SBIR 20.1 was the first joint program with the Navy and Army, to provide competitive awards enabling innovative small businesses to explore their technology potential within the Department of Defense.”"Refactr will be evaluated by Level Up to help reduce tool and content sprawl while also enabling all warfighters of each tech team to take part in the DevSecOps process. The platform will be reviewed to see if it will save immense amounts of labor-hours otherwise spent creating and executing overly complex process documents and manual effort, which are highly error prone and expensive to manage."Check out the full press release here
Refactr, a Seattle-based startup, was founded in 2017 by veteran and industry experts in cloud and cybersecurity. Refactr’s mission is to accelerate the cultural shift toward modern DevOps workflows among tech teams by providing an all-in-one, highly usable, radically simple DevSecOps automation platform. Refactr takes a high-level pluggable approach to connecting DevSecOps tools together so that experts can build IT as Code solutions while collaborating with the spectrum of existing technical talent in their organization. Technology changes, people adapt, and at Refactr, we innovate to make the world more agile through the next shift of digital transformation into IT as Code.To find out more about Refactr™, visit refactr.it or to get in touch with Refactr™ directly, by calling (866) 493-9367Follow Refactr: Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook
Mac is the youngest member of the Refactr team, though he does not lack experience with startups, as his age might suggest. He was exposed to several tech startups early in his early youth and, later in high-school, worked in startups while being mentored by founders. After graduation, Mac decided to focus his passion for media production with Refactr's marketing team. A startup had felt like the most compelling and fulfilling path because of the enthusiasm and respect Mac felt for the mentors of his youth.