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About Shipeshape

Shipshape provides a smart home solutions management platform. The company provides a mobile application for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) upgradation and home health assessment. The company was founded in 2019 and is based in Austin, Texas.

Headquarters Location

701 Brazos Street

Austin, Texas, 78701,

United States



Shipeshape's Products & Differentiators

    Home Management Platform

    Home management platform for homeowners and their service providers to manage maintenance, repairs, and improvement. Including solutions for crawl spaces, basements, attics, HVAC systems, and all other appliances and critical systems of the home


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Latest Shipeshape News

Shipshape Adds Two of Leading Manufacturers of Smart Sump Pumps to their Integrated Smart Home Ecosystem

Aug 24, 2023

Shipshape's integrations with Wayne and Grate Products Sump Pumps bring a much needed and timely solution to homeowners and manufacturers seeking more interoperability and value from the smart home. AUSTIN, Aug. 24, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Shipshape, a software company that helps homeowners save energy, money, and time, recently announced partnerships with leading manufacturers including  Wayne Pumps and Grate Products to integrate their respective smart sump pumps into the Shipshape platform. These integrations enable the manufacturers to enhance the value of their product, and share in the service revenue created by Shipshape. At the same time, it unlocks new value for homeowners by creating much-needed interoperability, enhanced software features, and an integrated ecosystem of service providers. These partnerships represent a breakthrough that the smart home market has been waiting for. According to research from  Parks Associates and Connectivity Standards Alliance (CSA) research , customers are interested in services that go beyond smart home devices for convenience, including performance monitoring for their maintenance systems and maintenance reminders for their appliances. In addition, homeowners continue to report that they do not want to use so many different apps on their smartphones, and the smart home market is calling for interoperability. Major integrations are starting to take shape. Recently Honeywell announced AO Smith and Maytag appliances now work with their platform, Amazon Ring announced an integration with Flo by Moen, Samsung SmartThings announced an integration with Google Nest and the Matter Alliance released new standards to make it easier for connected devices to speak to each other. "We, like other manufacturers, have been looking for a solution that adds additional software intelligence and services to help homeowners get the most value out of our product," said Wyatt Kilmartin, president of Wayne, a Scott Fetzer Consumer Brands company. It is now more important than ever to effectively monitor sump pumps and basements for homeowners as severe weather is increasingly leading to expensive damage to homes. According to the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, the average cost to remodel after a basement flood is approximately $40,000. The President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology recently reported that the most immediate danger that Americans face from climate change is the worsening of extreme weather . Homeowners need new and innovative ways to save money and prevent expensive damage that would leave most Americans in a challenging financial position. According to reports, consumers are nearing a breaking point with debt hitting all-time highs as a result of rising inflation, interest rates, and cost increases on home maintenance repairs. "We see the Shipshape integration as timely and exciting. We, like other manufacturers, have been looking for a solution that adds additional software intelligence and services to help homeowners get the most value out of our product," said Wyatt Kilmartin, president of Wayne, a Scott Fetzer Consumer Brands company, upon the announcement of Wayne's integration into Shipshape . iBasement and Wayne customers will now be able to take advantage of Shipshape's next-generation intelligent features which include: AlertActions™ – Proactive notifications that offer actionable recommendations to help the homeowner reduce risks and/or improve performance associated with the homes' critical systems. Home Assistant Monitoring™ – A team of professionals trained in home management who monitor homes for performance issues and assist homeowners in connecting with their providers. Shipshape Assisted Maintenance aka SAM™ – A virtual assistant that helps resolve issues and connects homeowners to service pros when needed. Provider Network™ – Network of trusted providers including contractors, utilities, insurance, and manufacturers. The HomeHealth Record™ – Complete performance history for each system in the home. MyProviders™ – Manage service plans, service providers, warranties for appliances and critical systems. "We are excited that more and more manufacturers are looking to Shipshape as a partner to help them create added value for their connected devices. We seek to enhance their products and establish win-win-win partnerships. We share service revenue with our partners that Shipshape creates through performance monitoring and connected services" said Alexander Linn, Shipshape's Founder and CEO. Shipshape's App Platform for Manufacturers includes the tools, APIs and SDKs, to make it easy for connected device makers to build on the platform. Selected next-generation features include: AlertAction™ framework with a prebuilt set of AlertActions In-app co-branding to showcase the manufacturer logo and highlight their intelligent features Prebuilt appliance details page with standard and customizable components Customizable maintenance management, warranty management and troubleshooting guides Customizable in-app marketplace cards used to offer aftermarket services like extended warranties and replacement parts Check-engine light API™ to enable the addition of Shipshape features and hooks in other apps About Shipshape Solutions Inc. Shipshape is on a mission to make homes smart enough to take care of themselves and believes every home should be safe, reliable, efficient, and well-maintained. Shipshape's proprietary home management platform offers solutions to homeowners to reduce the costs of home maintenance and operations. The Shipshape platform integrates an ecosystem of smart home hardware to enable advanced analytics and recommend actions that will reduce risks and improve system performance. Shipshape's software platform unlocks the value of sensor data to enable a whole new era of the smart home. The company was founded with philanthropy and sustainability at its core and includes a 2-2-2 model to donate time, money, and product to help give back to the community. Shipshape is based in Austin, TX. For more information, visit . Media Contact SOURCE Shipshape Solutions Inc.

Shipeshape Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Shipeshape founded?

    Shipeshape was founded in 2019.

  • Where is Shipeshape's headquarters?

    Shipeshape's headquarters is located at 701 Brazos Street, Austin.

  • What is Shipeshape's latest funding round?

    Shipeshape's latest funding round is Corporate Minority.

  • How much did Shipeshape raise?

    Shipeshape raised a total of $220K.

  • Who are the investors of Shipeshape?

    Investors of Shipeshape include Aeotec Americas, gener8tor, Techstars Alabama EnergyTech and Junction Venture Partners.

  • Who are Shipeshape's competitors?

    Competitors of Shipeshape include Brainbox AI and 8 more.

  • What products does Shipeshape offer?

    Shipeshape's products include Home Management Platform and 3 more.


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