Do you mind if I tell you a little story? Great! lets get started! In this blog I am going to tell a story of StakOne in a timeline manner along with the concept of our first potential product, iTask!
Somehow it all started back in 2012, when I was a under grad student, working on a university project called Myshift at the University of Canberra. That time I didn’t even know that I was actually creating the core concept behind the iTaskwork system.
Over the next two years I worked at subway outlet as a part time employee and noticed several deficiencies in the workplace environment allowing me to refine the iTask concept.
In the month, of February 2015, I approached a manager of a fast food franchise to talk about shortcomings in my workplace.
After the conversation in February, I started to follow up with conversations to several managers of different business environments to discuss their workplace shortcomings. Soon after this event, I began building a team and started performing high quality market research for the next three months to determine what product would benefit these workplaces.
During this time, the newly created StakOne team performed a series of focus groups and began forming the core elements and necessities that would be implemented into the iTask system.
Over May, our market research was completed and we pitched our idea for the iTask system for prospective clients. It was an immediate success and we struck a deal with a franchise owner for a testing phase.
After a deal had been struck with our prospective client, we began recruiting developers and designers to start working on the iTask system and begin the work required to make iTask become a reality.
Founded in 2015 based on a single idea that an IT student had, StakOne has now grown into a business with a very capable team of developers, graphic designers and executives who are always working to create products to help all businesses grow and succeed. Our mission is to provide the best possible technical products that every person uses to do important things.