Harness the Power of Predictive Product Development
Wednesday, October 24 at 10 a.m. PT
Yesterday’s product development processes are unsustainable in the age of complex, connected products.
Today’s teams must map and define solutions within ecosystems, process complexity faster, automate work, remove silos and estimate outcomes to drive better results. That’s why we believe Predictive Product Development is the answer.
Join us as we discuss:
- Why traditional development processes will fail in the future
- The importance of full visibility across the product lifecycle
- Four pillars of Predictive Product Development
- What you can do now to prepare for a predictive development process
Chief Executive Officer
Senior VP of Product and Strategy
As CEO, Scott sets the strategic vision for the company. Prior to joining Jama, Scott served as Executive Vice President & General Manager of the Email Optimization business unit for data solutions provider Return Path, where he led a global team of more than 250 employees spanning product management, engineering, sales, services, channel and marketing. Scott brings more than 15 years of SaaS business-building experience including roles with Salesforce.com, ExactTarget and Webtrends. At ExactTarget, Scott helped the organization achieve more than 50% annual growth, expand into Europe, Asia and Latin America and complete a successful IPO on the NYSE prior to its $2.5B acquisition by Salesforce.com.
Jennifer leads conception, definition and go-to-market strategy for Jama’s products. She works closely with customers to uncover the unique problems systems engineers and product managers are trying to solve with product definition and delivery. User experience, validation and satisfaction are her team’s top priorities. Intuitive design and elegant workflows feed her passion. Prior to joining Jama, she spent more than 20 years as a product manager and leader, directing product and portfolio strategy for both iterative and sequential software, hardware and systems development environments.