LiquidPlanner is the world’s only predictive project management software. In 2007 Charles Seybold and Jason Carlson, both Microsoft and Expedia executives, founded the Seattle-based company with the goal to redesign how mid-market and IT organizations plan, manage, track and execute complex projects. In 2012, Liz Pearce took over the CEO position with the goal of growing the software company into a dominant player in the project and work management markets. Since then, Pearce secured $8M in funding in May of 2014, and has overseen the overall growth of the company from a handful of employees to more than 65. LiquidPlanner’s award-winning technology enables 2,000 global customers within the IT, manufacturing, engineering and software development markets to plan, track, collaborate and analyze hundreds of projects in real-time. The company is privately held and headquartered in Seattle, Washington.