Product development: it's all about the people.
I could not have navigated this process without Will's help, energy, and patience. This led me to ask, “How many people who come into Home Depot need help?”
As technologists, we have a toolkit unlike anything in all of human history. We can build *anything*.
This article started when I began to write down some ‘networking rules of conduct’ folks at Anthroware that are beginning to put themselves out there
Our perspective comes from working with big corporations to create products for them that un-stick gummed up processes for their employees or clients.
Opportunity Myopia is a condition entrepreneurs have when they believe everyone sees the same value in their ideas that they do.
We build many custom, new-to-market projects that necessitate quick responsiveness.
“The Sky High Growth Award is a tribute to the success of these businesses and to their contribution to our local economy,.”
The best experiences of one generation, what was once delight, becomes the standard for the next. Anthroware shows you how.
"Anthroware's decision to sponsor the Unite WNC Tech Summit comes from a place of true value and vision alignment" says Anthroware President, Jon Jones.
Are you obsessed with your customers? Understanding your user's Unarticulated Needs are critical to your company and product success.
Contracts can be viewed in a positive light as a communication tool between two parties. From a services standpoint, their importance can’t be overstated.
Recently, I've begun to notice that while that work still falls on me in large part, I am not always relied upon to make the custom software work.
Before you even start a business, you can run through some exercises to help ensure you’ve at least got a good chance of success.
Websites range from dirt cheap DIY options, to expensive custom builds. Why? It’s hard to understand why it’s expensive and whether it’s a good spend.
Making good business decisions requires clarity of mind and vision, clarity of purpose, and a clear understanding of your market.
When heated conversations arise at Anthroware, I believe it's driven by the fact that we hire really passionate people that want the end result to be great.
As product strategy consultants, designers, developers, & software architects we watch clients make decisions about whom to hire, some good and some bad.
When embarking on a custom software project, you must define what the product is going to look like, what it’s going to do, and what it’s not going to do.
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