The #1 Way To Get Users For Your MVP

  You've Gone And Done It You built a beta of an app that targets a specific problem. It solves the problem wonderfully. It's beautifully designed. It's easy to use. You only need a few folks to start signing up, to start experiencing it, and then you'll be the next Pieter Levels (Nomad List), David … Continue reading The #1 Way To Get Users For Your MVP

Climbing the mountain

When I joined Zerto back in 2012 I knew I was in for an adventure. At the time I was hired the company had less than 50 employees worldwide, a few dozen reseller-partners, a handful of Cloud Providers offering Zerto-as-a-Service, and a 2.0 product which usually took a couple of hours of hands-on work to get up and running. I … Continue reading Climbing the mountain

On Hiring

As a people manager for the last several years I've spoken with well over a thousand candidates. Taking in to account my job openings as well as those held by other hiring managers (a lot of the early employees at Zerto act as "trusted advisers" to each other as well as "culture checks" to newer hiring … Continue reading On Hiring