Tapity, the developer of several nationally trending apps has just moved their headquarters into one of Cornelius’ must historic buildings.
According to founder Jeremy Olson, they now have six full-time employees and usually between three and five part-timers workers.
Here’s a brief peek into their new Cornelius headquarters (complete with ping-pong table and coffee bar);
— Michael Aprile (@michaeltapity) August 1, 2016
The company was initially founded in 2009 while Jeremy was still a student at UNCC. He decided to launch the company instead of graduating.
Since launching, Tapity has developed “Hours”, about which Forbes magazine said “ the perfect iPhone time tracking app,” – after reaching to top of the iTunes charts, Hours was quickly sold for an undisclosed amount.
The company has also created “Grades”, an app which helps students set better targets for their grades (grossing $45,950 last year), and “Languages”, an offline language translation app (grossed $428,268 last year).
After their success with Grades, Languages, and Hours and finishing their new Cornelius ‘silicone valle-esque’ headquarters, they noted on their website that their direction as a company is much more clear. They now describe themselves as; an indie app company, a boutique app consultancy, and a teaching company (using their new App Making online course).
If you’re interested in having an app built, or following their progress, you can find out more on their website here.