The team

The team

Intersección 1

Claudio Sergio Konyak

Co-founder

Intersection 1

Jorge Romero Pariente

Co-founder

Claudio Sergio Konyak

Co-founder

Intersection 1

Jorge Romero Pariente

Co-founder

The story

Anyone can get to know something about anything“… time is really the only constraint, so use it wisely.  

Traveling around for inspiration he looked at the night sky to see the stars and got THE idea… a stratospheric balloon that acts as a platform to launch commercial rockets to Low Earth Orbit from more than 35 km of altitude (something that we all think about while we look at the stars…).
More than 99% of the atmosphere is below that altitude which means less drag, less fuel, smaller rocket size and engine… and bigger checks in the bank.  You see the idea, right?

Weeks flew by doing research and during the validation of the idea, after talking to many experienced aeronautical engineers, the feasibility of self funding the design and parts for a prototype was smaller and smaller. With no chance to pay the cost of the parts and no investors crazy enough to believe in the idea, he pivoted. 

Zigzagging around in his studio thinking about the next idea, something clicked while he was looking at the board where he organized his tasks for the balloon project… just like in his project and in the big European aircraft manufacturer, all projects need a key thing in order to succeed. Organization. It is something that every company needs and, as he learnt from their years of consultancy experience (seeing the patterns), something that really, really, really (don’t worry, my keyboard didn’t break down), really, few companies had succeeded at. 

So there you go… you have a problem worth solving:

“How can a company succeed at organizing work?”

 And this is how I embarked on a journey that would lead to the design of the simplest and most intuitive application for project management… Pulsar.

From analyzing extensively each feature of their competitors, each market they covered, each good and bad review they had, all the seed rounds they conducted and all the failures these companies had, the two became real cross functional members, ready to tackle any challenge in order to validate their idea and turn it into something real. 

After more than 8 months of hard work, extensive testing and feedback, we have completed the prototype. You can see below how a back-of-the-envelope drawing of the wireframe became the foundation for the prototype. 

Fast forward until now (March, 2021) Pulsar is entirely designed and currently is undergoing the development phase, while we are attracting new customers and investors to bring to life the next generation of project management applications.

Thank you for reading our story and never forget to write yours one day. Time is ticking… make it count.

All the best in your journey,
The team of Pulsar

The story

Anyone can get to know something about anything“… time is really the only constraint, so use it wisely.  

Traveling around for inspiration he looked at the night sky to see the stars and got THE idea… a stratospheric balloon that acts as a platform to launch commercial rockets to Low Earth Orbit from more than 35 km of altitude (something that we all think about while we look at the stars…).
More than 99% of the atmosphere is below that altitude which means less drag, less fuel, smaller rocket size and engine… and bigger checks in the bank.  You see the idea, right?

Weeks flew by doing research and during the validation of the idea, after talking to many experienced aeronautical engineers, the feasibility of self funding the design and parts for a prototype was smaller and smaller. With no chance to pay the cost of the parts and no investors crazy enough to believe in the idea, he pivoted. 

Zigzagging around in his studio thinking about the next idea, something clicked while he was looking at the board where he organized his tasks for the balloon project… just like in his project and in the big European aircraft manufacturer, all projects need a key thing in order to succeed. Organization. It is something that every company needs and, as he learnt from his years of consultancy experience (seeing the patterns), something that really, really, really (don’t worry, my keyboard didn’t break down), really, few companies had succeeded at. 

So there you go… you have a problem worth solving:

“How can a company succeed at organizing work?”

 And this is how I embarked on a journey that would lead to the design of the simplest and most intuitive application for project management… Pulsar.

From analyzing extensively each feature of their competitors, each market they covered, each good and bad review they had, all the seed rounds they conducted and all the failures these companies had, the two became real cross functional members, ready to tackle any challenge in order to validate their idea and turn it into something real. 

After more than 8 months of hard work, extensive testing and feedback, they’ve completed the prototype. You can see below how a back-of-the-envelope drawing of the wireframe became the foundation for the prototype.

Fast forward until now (March, 2021) Pulsar is entirely designed and currently is undergoing the development phase, while we are attracting new customers and investors to bring to life the next generation of project management applications.

Thank you for reading our story and never forget to write yours one day. Time is ticking… make it count.

All the best in your journey,
The team of Pulsar

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