SAN DIEGO, April 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — As software company Raken continues its growth story, they announced they are expanding offices to the creative redevelopment project, make (cq), in Carlsbad, North County San Diego. Raken, the top-rated software for on-site construction reporting is proving you don’t have to be located in Silicon Valley to scale fast and hire great talent. The company recently received $2 million in capital investment and is steadily distancing its lead as the No. 1 rated daily reporting app on the market today.

The move will facilitate the company’s fast rate of growth and continued effort to provide the best product possible for Raken App customers. The software company is hiring for a diverse group of positions that include engineering, marketing, sales and product. New team members will be a part of a talented group responsible for increasing Raken’s global reach that is currently streamlining construction projects in over 13 different countries.   

«We are really excited to be moving into our new facilities,» said Dr. Sergey Sundukovskiy, co-founder, chief technology and chief product officer for Raken. «The opportunities to partner and work with other leading edge technology companies in this beautiful space are boundless. I’m confident we will continue to grow at a rapid pace given our new surroundings.»

Raken joins anchor tenant, GoPro, and other industry leading companies such as Verve in sharing make’s collaborative workplace environment. The space provides a haven for technology-driven businesses that are developing products to solve problems and make people’s lives better.

«When we first stepped foot on the property we knew this was the place to build our business for the future – it’s a very collaborative, creative, high energy environment with like-minded companies,» said Kyle Slager, Raken CEO. «Plus, the amenities are great – we don’t want our team sitting down all day at their computers – we encourage active breaks throughout the day, and with the on-site gym and beach, there’s no shortage of options.»

«Raken’s product is a game changer, and the Cruzan team is excited to have them as our newest tenant at make,» said Jim Mandler, general manager at Cruzan. «Raken’s creative talent, commitment to their employees’ overall well-being, and hard-charging nature are all in perfect alignment with our vision for make.»   

«Raken’s recent relocation is not only an investment in the future of the company but rather an investment in our employees,» added Sundukovskiy. «The freedom to work and play and provide the resources to do so makes this the office space of the future.»

About make
The make project by Cruzan is a 175,000-square-foot creative office redevelopment project on the coast of Carlsbad, California. The former industrial warehouse has been redesigned with the user in mind, blending work and life through indoor and outdoor environments. The property provides unmatched amenities including a fully-integrated fitness center with resort-style locker facilities, a café housed in a shipping container, surfboard storage and outdoor showers, beach cruisers for share, an outdoor amphitheater with full AV capabilities, horseshoes and fire pit, electric vehicle chargers and a dedicated shuttle to transport tenants to the nearby Coaster station, restaurants and the surf.

About Raken
Raken, named the #1 daily reporting app at AGC National, has revolutionized daily reporting in the construction industry. Raken provides customers innovative mobile technology that creates professional company branded daily reports automatically from inputs made throughout the day by superintendents and foreman. Project managers can access an executive dashboard to view updates from the job site in real-time, including safety and delay notifications via text message and email. Raken is the software of choice for many of the world’s best construction companies. For more information about Raken, visit

Editors: make is intentionally lower case. (cq)

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