The role of the product team inside your company is both strategic and tactical. Not only can this team own the blueprint for products and services, but they also do the research and all necessary prep work for the build. As the development team works on a software product, the product team manages the roadmap, implements the marketing plan, and figures out ways to improve through looking at production adoption and use and natural innovation.
While attending Project Product ‘19 in Indianapolis, Product Manager Courtney Rowe and CPO Eric Prugh asserted the idea of replacing minimum viable product (MVP) with Simple, Lovable, Complete (SLC) as a standard for product release. Because of the large number of questions and interest that arose from our discussion and PactSafe's use of the methodology, we’ve dedicated a blog post that hopefully gives our product-minded peers a better grasp on the concept.
We constantly sing the praises of clickthrough (clickwrap) agreements for their ease of use and enforceability, but not all agreements are created equal. There are some best practices you need to use to create truly enforceable clickwrap agreements—here they are boiled down to five key considerations.
PODCAST: How TiVo’s Senior Legal Counsel is trying to make complex legal issues as simple as possible
PactSafe’s “Legal Departments of the Future” podcast is hosted by PactSafe founder and CEO Brian Powers. As an attorney who’s ventured into the tech business, Brian is always looking for ways to fuse the legal and tech spaces together.
In this podcast, Brian sat down with TiVo’s Senior Legal Counsel, Roy Zemlicka. TiVo is a consumer electronics company with technology inventions that run deep. From the creation of the interactive program guide to the DVR, TiVo continues to revolutionize how people find content in a chaotic, fragmented media landscape.
Online marketplaces are booming. $1.5 trillion was spent globally in the top 75 online marketplaces in 2017 alone. Their rapidly expanding reach has also brought legal considerations to the forefront that must be given prompt attention. In this post, we'll explore 5 of the risks online marketplaces face and how to address them.
Our Chief Product Officer Eric Prugh spoke at Project Product, "a conference for tech leaders, marketers, and product professionals. A forum directly addressing how product marketers and managers can better work together, achieve their goals, and propel their careers through interactive and hands-on sessions as well as networking with experts." (56th St Productions)
The sales team is one of the most visible extensions of your company and stands at the forefront of its initiatives to increase revenue and remain competitive. The sales team is responsible for optimizing the sales pipeline and converting leads into customers—a process which often includes long, interminable delays and periods of inactivity. Contracting can actually slow down your sales cycle at the exact moment it needs to be swift and frictionless.
Between 1999 and 2000, the two main eSignature laws were signed into effect: the Electronic Signature in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN) and the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA). These two laws, among others, ensure that digital signatures have the same legal status as contracts signed via pen and paper.
Sales velocity measures how quickly your business makes money, how quickly leads move through your pipeline, and how quickly you close deals. Naturally, a higher sales velocity means your business is making money more quickly. In this post, we'll tell you where your sales team should focus their energies in order to boost sales and shorten your overall sales cycle.