FundersClub Logo


Engaging Independent Workforces

News and Press

Boston startups hone their collaborative services

Boston Business Journal • June 28, 2013

The company’s software-as-a-service aims to serve companies that rely on people they don’t manage directly. The software allows users to collaborate around specific actions and receive incentives for their participation, CEO and co-founder George Elfond said. Customers so far include The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, which is using the service to encourage college students to collaborate on lobbying initiatives, and Burger King, which plans to use Rallyware to encourage collaboration among franchise owners.

Founders / Key Team

George Elfond
George Elfond
CEO & Co-Founder

George concentrates on business strategy, business development, and operations. He has always been active and passionate about organizing various groups to achieve results around an idea or purpose. Prior to Rallyware, George worked as a strategy consultant at L.E.K. Consulting’s Los Angeles and London offices. George earned his BS in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science and BA in Applied Mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley, an MBA from the Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania, and an MPA from Harvard Kennedy School.

Mykhaylo Kostandov
Mykhaylo Kostandov
CTO & Co-Founder

Mykhaylo is responsible for product design, development, and technical management. He loves to build things that make real-world impact, whether they’re coded or glued or duct-taped together. Prior to Rallyware, Mykhaylo has worked on defense R&D projects at Eureka Aerospace, UI/UX framework for internal CRM at Google, and game development at Electronic Arts. He received his M.Sc. in Computer Science from Brown University and a B.S. cum laude in Computer Engineering from the University of California, Irvine.

Eugene Feldman
Eugene Feldman
CMO & Co-Founder

Eugene’s focus is on product strategy, sales, and marketing. He is very excited about productizing ideas, making them scalable and available for wider use, no matter how complex the idea seems in the first place. Eugene has previously held positions in R&D, Product Strategy, and Product Marketing at He received an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management and his undergraduate degrees in Applied Mathematics and Economics from the University of California, Berkeley.