RescueTime is a distributed company with members spread throughout the United States. We were funded by YCombinator in January 2008, and secured Series A Financing led by True Ventures in September 2008. For more information, please feel free to drop us a line.
Robby has played key roles in design and user experience at startups for over a decade. A strong advocate for data-informed personal improvement, he loves connecting people with information that will positively impact their lives. He lives in Nashville, TN, but is a vegetarian so if you have any questions about Nashville hot chicken he’s the wrong guy to ask.
COO & President
Mark Wolgemuth focuses on platform engineering, data science, and operations at RescueTime. He has been trying to build fast, efficient and reliable web applications since he walked from his Williams College graduation to the Employease, Inc. office in 1996. Before joining RescueTime, he last served as Manager of Production Architecture and Chief Architect for the HRB product (Employease, acquired by ADP, Inc. 2006) at ADP. He loves the data-dense technical challenge it takes to deliver people the good feedback they want about the digital life they lead in near real time. He has a general interest in the technical challenges of early stage startups, and advises and interacts with Atlanta area teams, especially those on Ruby and Python platforms.
Founder & Company Advisor
Joe has a long history with multi-platform environments, having been responsible for networks that included mission critical Unix based applications, Windows desktops, and Linux database servers. His clients have included Fortune 100 companies like British Petroleum, the SAFE project for the State of Utah, Division of Child & Family Services, and non-profits like AREA - Alaska Robotics Education Association. Prior to co-founding RescueTime, Joe was the President and CTO of Integrity Solutions, Inc. a custom ISV and software integration company. ISI was successfully acquired by investors in November 2006. For RescueTime, Joe builds the data collectors for both the Mac and the PC, works on the REST web service, and does magical things with MySQL.