A team passionate about building good products.
Fully focused on software since 2018.
About 913
Thank you for wanting to learn more about us and what we do! We are a small development team located in Los Angeles, and remotely, all around the world. We've been working together as a team for more than 10 years and 913 is our first shot at SaaS.
913 started at the end of 2017, after a web hosting giant decided to acquire the company we were using to host our personal projects. They decided to phase out the company without providing any information to us and other customers, completely out of the blue.
That made us so upset that we decided to start our own hosting company. Our focus was to fix all the mistakes we've seen during the acquisition and to improve the typical customer experience, lack of features, and hidden fees that most web hosting customers got accustomed to.
During that time, our team fell more and more in love with software, especially software-as-a-service. We fell so badly for SaaS that we pivoted our focus to providing and building amazing software.
Our culture and values.
Here is what we believe in and why we do what we do.
Transparency is key.
We built 913 to help you communicate better when things go wrong, so being transparent is built into our core.
Our goal is to be better.
Our team thrives on feedback, we believe that's the fastest way to improve the quality of our product.
You come first, always.
Our company started out of a bad customer support experience. We promise to always be there for you.
We need to deliver value.
It's easy to get complacent, so one of our main goals is to continuously increase the value you get out of your 913 subscription.
We need to act fast.
You monitor your servers and websites so you can take action, fast. Which means we need to be lighting fast at finding and fixing issues.
From person to person.
We're always available via email, on Twitter, or at our contact page.
The 913 Newsletter.
Get notified about company updates, news, and blog posts. Don't worry, we hate spam, too.