Raygun & Pivotal Tracker - Building Better, Faster, Stronger Software as a Team

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Jan 18, 2019
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Sometimes it's hard to balance product delivery deadlines with tackling technical debt, or quickly build features whilst maintaining code quality.

In this webinar we'll discuss some of the challenges product managers and developers face when building software at speed within development teams.

We'll talk about some of the best practices you can employ at your own company to ease the pain surrounding efficient software delivery. We'll also take a look at how Raygun and Pivotal Tracker work together in harmony to streamline diagnosis of software issues, manage their resolution collaboratively as a team and deliver flawless software experiences for your customers.

Meet the presenters

Zheng Li

VP of Marketing at Raygun

I'm excited about everything that has to do with our customers, whether it's creating awesome products, designing smooth user experiences, or just chatting with someone new to Raygun about the challenges they're facing.

Every day for me is all about you, our customers. Whether you're just getting started with Raygun or you've been with us for a while, I'm keen to hear how our products are working out for you. And hey, if there's a particular Raygun workflow that's made your life easier, I'd love for you to share that story with the rest of our community!

Joyce Padua

Customer Success Manager at Raygun

Joyce is passionate about helping customers succeed using Raygun products and services. She provides training, support and account management to Raygun's global customer base.

Nick Harley

VP of Growth at Raygun

Nick leads the Marketing, Business Development and Customer Success teams at Raygun. He's been involved with tech businesses for over 10 years and have previously worked in product management, technical sales and other roles geared around software development.

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