Mission and Values
Onebrief makes military planning seamless and represents a shift in paradigm for future military decisions. It is an all-in-one tool that supports both the creative and process-oriented aspects of military planning. In Onebrief, planners use boards, conceptual diagrams, timelines, spreadsheets, slide decks, and text documents to create their plans—all while sharing a common database. Everything stays in sync, in real-time. Our approach has been refined and validated through hundreds of user interviews.
Think of Onebrief as a hybrid of Miro and Notion. In Onebrief, planners use boards, conceptual diagrams, timelines, spreadsheets, slide decks, and text documents to create their plans—all while sharing a common database. Everything stays in sync, in real-time.
Core Technologies: React, Node.js, Kubernetes, Postgres, Redis
We’re post-revenue (approaching half a million dollars in revenues). We are backed by Y Combinator (S21) and top-tier VCs, including Caffeinated Capital (Affirm, Docker, Notion, and more). Our elite team combines the best of tech and military talent, including education and experience at West Point, Delta Force, Google, Adobe, and more.
Given our current traction, we can barely keep up with demand. This is an opportunity for you to join us with all the perks of a founding employee.
Women in Leadership
0%. We’re excited to invest in the Elpha community and change this number.
Benefits & Perks
- Health, dental, vision, and life insurance
- Parental leave
- Remote work
- flex time
- Unlimited PTO</div>
Team Culture & Bonding
Our team shares a passion, seeks excellence, and plays to win, with the seriousness and camaraderie of an Olympic team. We are here to build the future of military decisions so that the coming decades don’t repeat the previous ones. Here’s what our team members value most about working here:
- Founders' transparency
- Product and vision
- Leadership's ability to learn and adapt
- Challenges and learning opportunities
- Ownership and autonomy
- No nonsense policies and processes
- Remote-first, as opposed to remote-friendly