Lightning Pitch: Traklight – Spot legal issues and business risks for free
Spot legal issues and business risks for free. Share files securely via free Basic Vault.
Traklight offers free versions of the paid SaaS products ID your IP and IP Vault, known as the free Business Risk Assessment and Basic Vault, respectively. The main difference between ID your IP and the Business Risk Assessment is the latter does not allow users to access the last four sections of the ID your IP questionnaire, so users will not be able to enter or receive information about intellectual property and intangible assets (the most valuable asset within any business). Basic Vault is limited to 60 GB of cloud storage space, and only allows one user with one other to share with.
Every business owner will be able to get use out of the free Business Risk Assessment. Users receive customized and actionable reports to mitigate business risk—normally this kind of information is only found through several thousands of dollars’ worth of professional fees, or it’s too confusing when doing it on your own, or it takes too much time for early-stage businesses to follow through with.
Traklight stands out from the crowd because we make the information personalized, accessible, affordable and without the friction other options have. In less than ten minutes, you can simply assess your business risk. The product is useful for every business owner, and the products can be licensed by others, too—there are so many ways the product can be used and integrated into professional practices or other software.
Mary Juetten is the founder of Traklight. She has dedicated her more-than-25-year career to helping businesses achieve and protect their success, specializing in leading companies in transition or startup phases, and helping them create sustainable, operational, and financial growth. Mary has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from McGill and a Juris Doctorate from Arizona State, as well as her U.S. and Canadian accounting and public accountant certifications. She is an international writer, speaker, and mentor, and co-chairs the Arizona Technology Council’s Law and Technology Committee.
HEADQUARTERS: Phoenix, Arizona
YEAR FOUNDED: 2011