At PactSafe, we have always taken company culture very seriously. You may have seen articles recently talking about how a flexible work policy is overrated and that kegerators are a sham when it comes to really building a culture. Sure, they aren't magic (though I’d never say that about free beer), but PactSafe’s flexible work policy is good for building team morale and company culture.
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.
INDIANAPOLIS – July 11, 2018 – PactSafe, a cloud-based contracting platform, today announces completion of a $5.5 million Series A funding round. The round was co-led by Mercury Fund and Signal Peak Ventures, along with repeat investors Elevate Ventures and Vulpes Testudo.
I was selected by PactSafe to be part of the ultimate tech internship experience through Techpoint’s Xtern program this summer. I learned how to work on an agile team, build my own SDK for our API and more!
Gone are the days of mailing and remailing contracts, and we could not be more thrilled. Written contracts can often be time-consuming and complex, and honestly just a big pain. Luckily, eSignatures have come to save the day! Contracts don’t necessarily need the typical ink-to-paper form of signing anymore, yet some companies have not taken advantage of all that eSignatures and clickwraps have to offer. In this blog we will outline some contract-signing practices that have yet to completely fall to the wayside (but hopefully will soon).
Rarely do I get excited about building out a new integration. It’s not that I’m not up to the challenge, (because let’s be honest what self-respecting developer doesn’t get amped at building out a new feature!?), but the idea of having to dig through outdated documentation for an overly complex API that then requires three methods of authentication just to get in, well that just doesn’t sound like a fun afternoon.