We're building the nervous system of productivity

Software should amplify your effort

We believe you should get more out of software than you put in. We're building Prise, a powerful smart task management platform to give you that leverage.

The idea that pushes use forward every day

Our mission

Allocation of resources to an objective

Prise is a productivity platform that leverages the latent energy of human potential and amplifies it to create opportunities.

Every human on earth wants to increase their quality of life. We believe increasing productivity is the route to prosperity.

Life is not a zero-sum game. Enabling the increase of productivity will have a positive effect for every person on earth.

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Space Family
Important
Urgent
Book the car in for an MOT before Friday
To-do
Personal
Space Work
Important
Urgent
Send invoice to Acme Corp by the end of the month
To-do
Work
Space Work
Important
Urgent
Clarify the bug priorities with Kelly
To-do
Work

What's in a name?

Prise

Space Work
Important
Urgent
Design new onboarding flow
To-do
Work
Space Family
Important
Urgent
Visit the family for the weekend
To-do
Personal
Space Work
Important
Urgent
Email the documentation to Jamie
To-do
Work

Why is it called Prise?

There are 2 reasons why Prise is the perfect name for this opportunity.

1. Our mission is to increase the world's productivity. "Prise" is an amalgamation of the words "productivity" and "rise".

2. One of the guiding principles of Prise is that it should amplify human potential. A lever is a tool that amplifies the input force to provide a greater output force.

"Prise" is a synonym for the verb form of the word "lever", i.e "to prise apart".

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The people making it happen

Who is building Prise?

Hey, I'm Philip Brown

I've been a software engineer, freelancer, and founder since 2010.

I first had the idea for Prise whilst on a placement year at University, but I had no idea how to build it. Since then I've worked as an employee, a freelancer, and a founder to acquire the skills, experience, and understanding of the problem and the opportunity to make Prise a reality.

If you would like to get in contact with me, you can reach me at philip@prise.com.

Philip Brown