You’ve spent weeks — maybe even months — doing your due diligence. Deciding if this team is right for you. But the conversation doesn't stop there. Managing your portfolio means knowing your companies and how each and every one is progressing. That’s why we built Reportedly. To help investors, advisors, and accelerators stay in constant contact with their companies — from the time you start the conversation until the successful exit. So status reporting stops being a chore that founders put off — and becomes a habit of keeping investors and advisors in the loop, consistently. Instead of just screaming for help when hits the fan.
No more digging through email threads. With Reportedly, you always know where your status reports — and your team’s feedback — can be found. With full status report history, you can get the context you need in a matter of minutes. No matter how many companies you’re managing. And your startups can manage every investor they work with, from one dashboard.
With a quick glance, Reportedly highlights who is too quiet and who is keeping you in the loop – so you always know who is engaged and communicating. And who might need a little nudge. No more wondering when that startup last updated you or what problems they’re currently experiencing. With Reportedly, silence comes through loud and clear.
We’re working to make communication easier. On everyone. No matter how busy you are.That’s why you get reminder emails, templates, Markdown support, private statuses, and more. We even threw in emoji. Because sometimes a picture says all you need to say.
Reportedly is currently completely free.
(and we'll always offer a free plan)
We've been on both the sending and receiving end of status reports as founders and advisors. We know how valuable they can be. But we also realize that – when things get hectic – status reports are one of the first things founders put off. Often, at a time when they are needed most. We built Reportedly to help ease the burden of creating status reports, making the interactions between you and your entire team – both inside and out – more valuable.
We'd love to hear your feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org