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Customer Development Guide For Product Managers

The Product Coalition

It was launched in 2011 and went broke in 2013 because people didn’t buy the product. The authors relied on their intuition or professionalism, and didn’t account for the most important factor in product creation?—?the the product/market fit. Everpix and Google Wave didn’t satisfy the market. In this situation, it doesn’t matter who creates the product, whether it’s two fellow developers or a corporation giant like Google?—?or

6 Reasons to Get Excited About Gainsight and the Next Decade of Customer Success

Gainsight

In the last 12 months, we booked a ton of new customers and expansion deals, we’ve dramatically accelerated our product, grown our global employee base by 23% (now 668 Gainsters worldworldwide), our R&D team grew by 26% and is now a team 255 gainsters, and we hosted a sold-out conference for more than 5,000 people. All of that, on top of the fact that we’ve seen it firsthand in terms of market demand. But there was still a bigger problem in the market we didn’t solve for.