Monday, March 24, 2014


In the past two years I’ve attended Startup Weekend events, where you pitch ideas and a the end of the weekend you end up with a prototype product and a business idea that is fairly well developed. At each of them I’ve pitched a tool to help with Storm Water management. Many of the participants are students, so it’s not surprising I couldn’t get a team to do a real world useful app compared to another app to share music with others.

I recently got an email for a new product, which just happened to be the tool I was pitching at Startup Weekend. The product name is shiftStormWater. The product helps you track all of the required forms, rainfall, action logs and other required items. It makes it easy to have all of the information in one place. The tool is accessed over the cloud and provides all of the required forms.


The user interface is easy to navigate between items. Adding forms is as easy as clicking the + Forms button at the top of the screen. The dashboard provides an entry point to the data. The Details button allows you to enter and change the details for your project. There are alerts that are provided for rainfall events. If you do rainfall monitoring and stormwater development projects you might want to check out this tool. You can find out more information here:

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