We are always in beta for our partner projects as out
relentless desire to improve, to push, to evolve and to never rest on past successes.
The “Always in Beta” mindset follows a very simple logic, producing a better product, better results, higher ownership, and happier clients.
Technology is evolving faster than ever, and each year billions of new devices are connecting to the internet. At a time of so much change and development, organizations must develop techniques to strategically determine where to direct their technology investments and how to plan for an uncertain future. In response, We adopt an “always in beta” mindset for our partners and recognize that we need to constant experimentation and evolution.
What does “always in beta” mean? It means being in a perpetual test mode. It means continually thinking, “How do I make this better,” even though it worked just fine. How do I make a smoother checkout flow? How do I create a better customer experience? How can I make better user engagement?
The day you start believing that you’ve found the perfect and adopting a “let’s not change anything” mentality, is the day you are screwed. The point is this: The moment you start thinking that you have found the perfect model, the second you start adopting a “let’s not change anything” mentality, you’re screwed. The “don’t fix it if it ain’t broke” might have been sound advice a hundred years earlier, but it’s not. Not if you want your company to stay competitive or want to see your company grow.
How do we do it? We are obsessive-compulsive. Obsessive to details. Craft is hidden in all those wonderful little parts. We acknowledge the demands of the unholy trinity of resource, time, and quality. We realized we had to build something unique to deliver all three of them. We understood that we needed to be irrational in discovering the difference.
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