Anaxi is building the new operating system for software engineering teams

Every company is a software company

In the last years every industry has undergone a digital transformation and every company is now developing its own software. Companies that best use technology to create competitive advantage will win.

But engineering is getting more and more
opaque and inefficient

Anaxi_Engineering Metrics Siloed@2x

Software projects are becoming more and more complex and interdependent, but are partitioned across inefficient and siloed tools. 

Anaxi_Engineering Metrics Manual Process@2x

It’s a tedious, time-consuming & error-prone manual process to keep track. For everyone concerned, from the engineer to the executive.

We have a hard time answering simple questions

Anaxi_On track@2x

Will our projects be on track?

Anaxi_Team Contribution@2x

How has the number of priority bugs evolved?


Are we focusing on the right priorities?


Which part of the code needs attention?

At Anaxi, we want to change this!

We believe in a future where any contributor at any level should have access to the right actionable information and collaborate more easily to get work done, whatever initial tool and process their team used.

By the way, why the name “Anaxi”?

Anaxi comes from Anaximander, a student of Thales and teacher of Pythagoras in ancient Greece. He is the first person who concluded that we were composed of definite particles (atoms), in an attempt to explain how the nature phenomena could work.

In short a smart guy trying to understand large things by making sense of small ones.
Which reminds us of engineering management!

Meet the founders

Marc Verstaen has been managing engineering teams for more than 20 years, lastly at Docker as EVP Product Development. He's also been 3 times CEO and co-founded 2 startups.

John Lafleur co-founded 3 startups before becoming the CEO of CodinGame, a platform where developers improve their coding skills through games. He has been leading product teams for the past 10 years.

Having felt first-hand the intricacies of software management that grow along the size of your team, Marc and John are passionate about helping to shape the future of software development.