Our founders started in field operations. They experienced the challenges of daily work first hand. They lived with the mediocre tools and procedures used to organize work and keep people safe. They decided things had to change. So, we created Lightship. It’s the ideal field-to-boardroom solution to transform the way organizations operate and save lives.
At Lightship, we help our customers use data to inform and drive decisions, and we do the same. Opinions can be valuable, but we look for data to support our next move whenever possible.
This is a place where the best ideas win, wherever they come from. Get used to speaking up, we love ideas from our customers.
A bold statement that we don’t take lightly. It’s the challenge that fuels us and motivates the work we do. With Lightship, be prepared to think big and break new ground. We’re here to help you lead that transformation while minimizing disruption.
To do great work, you need to feel that you're making a difference. That you're making a meaningful impact on the planet. That you're part of something important. This doesn't mean you need to create nuclear fusion. It's just that your efforts need to feel valuable. We want our team and our customers to say, “This makes my life better.”
Why is this important? It means we get things done by, spending all our time working on what matters most for you.
Jaethan (Jae) is an operations-meets-technology fanatic. Previously, Jae worked in oilfield services and telecommunications companies overseeing pipeline projects (he can still run a trackhoe) and enterprise data networks. At Lightship, we’re building the platform he wished he’d had in those previous roles. Jae’s focus is to make sure that Lightship works as well on the ground as it does in the boardroom. At home, Jae likes to play in the kitchen with sharp knives whenever possible. He lives in British Columbia’s beautiful interior.
Dan is a data-driven problem solver. He’s always looking for better ways to inform operational decisions and processes for Lightship and its customers. Having spent multiple years in the field and managing large projects, Dan gets that real-world operations is no place to try neat, unproven technology. It has to work, period. Dan is an avid climber, and lives in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, west of Calgary, Alberta.
Tyler leads Lightship’s development effort, architecting robust platforms and the tools necessary to solve hard problems. He’s a customer-centric product engineer at heart and enjoys contributing to the coding effort whenever possible. Tyler is no new-comer to the world of enterprise software, having previously designed and built applications for the olympics and fortune 500 companies. Outside of work, Tyler enjoys robotics, home renovations, and being a great dad.
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