Vulcan’s Kiha Software Cuts Staff

Seattle-based Kiha Software, a company backed with $20 million from Paul Allen’s Vulcan Capital, has laid off an undisclosed number of employees, and ended a public beta test of software for organizing contacts on mobile devices, according to a report by Brier Dudley of The Seattle Times. Vulcan spokesman David Postman told the Times that the company is working to assess the best way to deliver its product.

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One response to “Vulcan’s Kiha Software Cuts Staff”

  1. Andrew Price says:

    Having worked there, I never saw so many incompetent managers who never shipped anything in their lives. Managers with ADD, managers who did nothing but attend meetings, managers who liked spending most of their time Tweeting… The development leadership was totally incompetent.