Back in 2018, Shawn and Jenn got in contact with a doctor who was looking for an intelligent scheduling tool to use in her practice. They built a prototype over the course of 6 months, and eventually realized that if they could make the tool more general-purpose, that they would build something that could improve the lives of practitioners across Canada.
In 2019, Shawn and Jenn founded eHelply and brought on additional expertise in business and technology to help them along the way. Thus, the eHelply Dream Team was born! Together, they all had a common goal: improve life one app at a time.
eHelply was accepted into the Cultivator program in 2020. Throughout the rest of the year, the team at eHelply realized the value they could provide was so much more than intelligent scheduling.
The team at eHelply had built a general-purpose stack of services which could be used to build any application (kinda like assembling lego bricks!). In December of 2020, eHelply pivoted to developing a cloud of application features which they affectionately refer to as the eHelply SuperStack.
In 2021, eHelply made their first sales, spoke with numerous incubators and investors and began bringing ideas to life using the eHelply SuperStack.
Founder, CEO, CTO
Shawn leads the strategic vision and direction of eHelply. He is also intimately involved with the technical architecture and design of the SuperStack. Shawn sets the quality bar at eHelply.
Jenn does a little bit of everything at eHelply. She works with customers, does development, and helps the team successfully achieve the vision. Jenn is the face of eHelply.
Scott is eHelply’s corporate hygiene extraordinaire. He manages the books and the corporate entity. Scott is the guy that pays our fulltime staff.
Dan loves talking about eHelply and ideas. He’s the one that negotiates our engagements. Dan brings in all of our professional services revenue.
Gilly is interested in making sure everybody has a great experience working for eHelply. He’s our HR expert, but he also manages lot’s of our marketing initiatives. Gilly is the one who hires eHelpers.
Wilson develops a huge chunk of eHelply’s code. He works on the SuperStack and customer engagements. Wilson makes all the things do all the stuff.
Tyler develops most of eHelply’s frontend code. He works on customer engagements and helps design solid UI/UX. Tyler is the one who codes pretty things.
Jordan works on most of eHelply’s UI/UX mocks. He also does most of the graphic design work at eHelply. Jordan is the one who makes things look pretty.