In 2001 I left a job working for a large cable company. After fifteen years of sales and marketing, I was frustrated with trying to sell products that I often thought were less-than-perfect and could be improved.
After about four years of consulting, I decided to start building my own products. I worked with several teams to work on ideas and jumped in with both feet. It is a long capital intensive and risky process that often yields projects that require long-term support, continued development and ongoing user feedback.
I learn something new every day.
I took a step back from some development recently to regroup and build a better strategy for moving forward. And, this blog section will be a deep dive into those learnings and how I can improve my company’s products moving forward.