In early 2013, Warpwire began as a live-production archival video company. After speaking with friends in educational technology, we realized the software we'd built for live-events solved limitations found in existing media delivery products. So we used our decades of combined experience in software and education to build a scalable, secure, and easy-to-use video delivery platform for educational institutions. Our passion was, and is, to build the most flexible, powerful, and intuitive technology to securely host and deliver video.
Our philosophy is simple. We want to solve real problems for our clients. We work to remove limitations found in other video delivery systems and replace them with easy-to-use tools that meet our clients needs. Warpwire is designed through direct feedback by educators and the technologists who support them.
We are developers first, entirely self-funded and independent. We're focused on solving problems, not selling software. This means you never have to worry about who we serve, because it's you. Our team works every day to represent our core principles, both in how we act and what we build.
Warpwire is based in Durham, North Carolina, USA.
Our Core Principles
We value straightforwardness, both in our application and our work. We tackle the complicated problems so our clients don't have to.
We have nothing to hide, so we don't. We believe in openness and honesty, both with customers and co-workers.
We are a team of perfectionists. We would never want to deliver a product that is less than perfect to anyone using it, so you can be confident in its performance.
We know that one size doesn't fit all. We build flexible software and believe in flexible work schedules. At Warpwire, being adaptable is one of our biggest assets.
We don't talk at anyone. We talk with everyone. Everything at Warpwire is a conversation – from discussions with clients about pricing to working through a problem with your co-worker.