• Mukund Mohan

    The new age startup – Build a feature not a product

    Its a well known fact that the infrastructure costs of building a software / Internet startup have dramatically reduced. Although the costs of developers have dramatically gone up by the same percentage, the productivity per employee… MORE >>

    Jun, 24
    2012
  • Sridhar Vembu

    The Product Business is Like the Movie Business

    I read the cover story in Forbes on the success of Dropbox, which is set to do about $240 million in sales in 2011, with only 70 employees. As Forbes points out, that is about 3x… MORE >>

    Jun, 11
    2012
  • Kathleen Goolsby

    How Capillary Technologies Became a Top Provider of Retail End-to-End Customer Engagement Solutions

    Editor’s Note: Launched in 2008, Capillary Technologies is India’s largest provider of end-to-end customer engagement solutions for retailers. Co-founder and CEO Aneesh Reddy discusses the company strategy, tradeoffs in the race to market, and the… MORE >>

    Jun, 06
    2012
  • Kathleen Goolsby

    Ozonetel Innovates Voice Cloud in India

    Editor’s Note: Serial entrepreneur Murthy Chintalapati left Silicon Valley, returned to Bangalore and launched Ozonetel in 2007 with a cloud telephony platform for voice apps development. As founder and CEO, he shares insights on growing… MORE >>

    Jun, 06
    2012
  • Nari Kannan

    Enterprise Applications – Thousands of app “snacks” instead of “full meal” applications?

    Today was the second time I am hearing that the future of applications in enterprises are thousands of small apps instead a hundred or two applications! I was listening to the CTO of Computer Associates who… MORE >>

    Jun, 06
    2012
  • Mukund Mohan

    What makes a product “fit” a market? Or how to achieve product-market fit?

    A relatively young term in an entrepreneur’s vocabulary is “product-market fit” (PMF). Attributed to Marc Andreessen in 2009, this term, has a relatively simple meaning but one that’s hard to really get a sense of: Product/market fit… MORE >>

    May, 05
    2012
  • Bob Wright

    8 Symptoms: You Know You Have A Positioning Problem When….

    A change in strategy changes everything. It cannot be undertaken lightly. Capitalizing on a change in strategy or inflection point often requires solving a new customer problem, selling and marketing to a different set of buyers and competing… MORE >>

    Apr, 05
    2012
  • Kathleen Goolsby

    Indian Software Startups Similar to Excitement of Late-90s Silicon Valley

    Editor’s note: Sharad Sharma and M.R. Rangaswami are co-hosts of the NASSCOM Product Conclave 2011 (November 8-10, 2011), a must-attend event for software product startups. Now in its eighth year, more than 1,200 delegates from… MORE >>

    Oct, 27
    2011
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