Bot-It Shark Tank Update (Season 15)

Bot-IT is an automation software designed to streamline daily tasks such as scheduling online appointments, managing tickets, golf reservations, and more. With Bot-IT, you can create customized bots to handle these tasks effortlessly, even without technical expertise.

There are different subscription plans available:

  • The standard monthly plan costs $9.99 and includes access to 5 bots along with customer support.
  • The Pro yearly plan is priced at $99.99 and offers access to 10 bots, along with customer support.
  • For unlimited bot access, the elite plan is available.
Company NameBot-It
FounderJoel Griffith and Maurice Bachelor
Productautomation software
Asked For$150k for 10% equity
Final Deal$300k for 30% equity
SharkMark Cuban Shark Tank Profile Mark CubanMichael Rubin Michael Rubin
Episode (Shark Tank USA)S15 E3
Air DateOct 13, 2023
Business StatusIn Business
WebsiteVisit Website
HeadquartersLos Angeles, California, USA
Lifetime Worth (Sales)$30k *estimated
Buy and WatchBuy NowAmazon Prime

Another Shark Tank Pitch

Who Is The Founder Of Bot-It?

The co-founders of Bot-It Software Company are Joel Griffith and Maurice Bachelor. Bachelor initiated the company in 2019, and Griffith joined the business in 2023. They have previously collaborated with companies such as TikTok, Amazon, Snapchat, LegalZoom, CREXi, and Flo Technology.

How Was The Shark Tank Pitch Of Bot-It?

Once inside the Shark Tank, Joel Griffith and Maurice Bachelor pitched their tech company, seeking $150,000 in exchange for a 10% stake. They elaborated on their business model, which relies on Artificial Intelligence technology.

The business had only been running for three months before their appearance on Shark Tank, during which time they generated $30,000 in sales from 350 subscribers using a subscription model. Michael Rubin approached Mark to join forces on the deal, but Mark declined.

Michael Rubin initially offered $150k for 15% equity. The founder then countered with $300k for 20% equity. Following this, the founder made another counteroffer of $500k for 25% equity. After that, the founder made a third counteroffer of $300k for 25% equity. Mark and Michael then offered $300k for 30% equity. In response, the founder countered with $300k for 20% equity.

Joel & Maurice accepted Mark Cuban and Michael Rubin’s offer of $300k for 30% equity.

Bot-It Shark Tank Update

This episode aired on October 13, 2023, and within hours of the episode airing, the company’s official website and app were redesigned. There have also been significant changes in the price structure. The monthly price of the Standard plan is $9.99, and the annual price of the Pro Plus plan is $275.

What Is Bot-It Net Worth?

Bot-It’s estimated net worth is $1 million, based on the company’s lifetime sales and valuation.

Annual Revenue by Years

Note: This report is based on our research and data so far. In this, we are only estimating the annual revenue.

YearsAnnual Revenue
2023$30k *estimated

Funding Reports to Date!

YearsFunding AmountInvestor
2023$300kMark Cuban
Michael Rubin

The bot-IT business started in late 2019 and quickly became the No. 1 “golf tee time bot” on Google within a few months of its launch.

The headquarters of this software business are located in Los Angeles, California, United States, with a team of 2-10 people.

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