About Config

Our Mission

To create a product company where people and their work matters, and help less fortunate kids improve their quality of life through education.

Config was started in 2017 with two primary objectives. The first objective is to build a product company for the long term. A company where employees would want to work because they, and the work they do, matter. It’s not going to be a startup looking for funding with an exit strategy even before it started. A family owned company that can be passed down to the next generation. The second objective is to create a scholarship program for less fortunate kids. Kids who have the passion for learning but can’t go to school because they lack the financial means to do so. Seeing kids move on to good careers, helping improve their family’s quality of life, is what keeps us going.

Our History

Started in 2017 to become the first SaaS designed for managing configuration files.

  • April 2017

    Planning for Config was started. There was a need in the IT industry for managing configuration files. The need was determined from our own needs as programmers, from people asking for solutions in StackOverflow, and other projects with a similar goals but are language, framework or platform dependent.

  • Dec 2017

    Core functionality has been implemented. Kickstarter project has been started.

  • Feb 2018

    Private Beta release open to selected early adopters.

What is Config

Config is a SaaS provider with a focus on managing configuration files. Earlier in 2017, we noticed a high demand for such a service, and the shortage of easy alternatives for programmers, system administrators and IT managers.

Our service allows users to access their configuration files easily and quickly, across all their servers and environments, making for a more streamlined and hassle-free workflow.

Config is committed to making a difference. As a family-owned business, we genuinely care about our legacy, and we strive to make a positive impact in our community. Config donates 20% of the company’s net income to educational scholarships for the benefits of less fortunate kids who can’t afford to go to school.

It’s not about us.

Programmers and marketers who want to make a dent in the universe.


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