Believe it or Not? Paper is still used for operating procedures on rocket launch pads! I didn't know that either until I became friends with our co-founders. So we started building Keeni.space together.
Our mission is to simplify the new and complex by enabling anybody to create and implement standard operating procedures anytime, anywhere, on any device.
Keeni, pronounced “keen eye” was developed by two rocket nerds and two software geeks to help diverse teams stay in sync during critical process flows with online checklists. Built in collaboration with rocket launch and recovery controllers, field engineers, and software experts, Keeni combines lessons learned from years in the field with best practices for software development.
As we finish up the development of our cloud-based software solution for public release, we are building out the website OperatingProcedures.com with helpful resources for managers and business leaders to improve their operations.
Accordingly, we are in the process of building out an educational blog:
We are looking to hire a freelancer to write at 2-4 blog posts per month. However, this project will only be for the first blog post. Once we build a good relationship on the first blog post, we can discuss a long-term ongoing engagement.
Some ideas for the first blog post are:
- Why and how to create a procedure in Google Doc
- Differences between Checklist software vs Project Management software
- Differences between a Checklist vs a Procedure
- Resources for free operating procedure templates
- Top free checklist software and apps (freeware for checklists)
Experience with online checklist software is beneficial and bonus if you have experience with operating procedures.