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Roadmunk is a web application that enables product managers and executives to create collaborative product roadmaps.

Roadmunk webinlineRoadmunk is a web application that enables product managers and executives to create roadmaps that help visualize the future of a product or service. Users can choose from a variety of different roadmap layouts, which can be customized using drag-and-drop tools. Roadmunk creates a collaborative environment that allows users to also publish and share their product roadmaps.

Market Need

Product managers and executives are responsible for creating, maintaining and communicating product roadmaps. However, the current tools on the market available to them are generic solutions, such as spreadsheets and presentation tools, that aren’t suited for managing the details and specifics of the roadmapping process. Roadmunk offers a cloud-based application, specialized for the needs of product managers and executives.


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Latif Nanji

Co-Founder & CEO

Latif handles product, design and sales for Roadmunk. Previously, he co-founded, an online social network where they raised over $1.2 million and acquired over 100,000 users. Most recently he was a product manager at Miovision, where he implemented an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, and scaled operations from a startup to a hundred employees. He also managed the product lifecycle for over 300 customers in more than 25 countries, and was responsible for user experience, prioritization, pricing, backlog, roadmap and product launches. Latif graduated with a BSc in Science and Business from the University of Waterloo.

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Tomas Benda

Co-Founder & CTO

Tomas is in charge of development at Roadmunk. Previously, he was director of engineering at Miovision, overseeing the development of both the company’s hardware and software platforms. Tomas has managed and mentored over 20 engineering teams across every facet of software development. Tomas graduated with a BCS in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo.