During our PlanGrid days, we had a front-row view of some of the biggest sales product deficiencies. Today, we are in stealth building a sales solution that will help companies make better strategic decisions. Next to being a parent, founding a company is one of the most humbling experiences of our lives. We are better people because of it. We're now applying our lessons learned from PlanGrid to TigerEye. Here are a few:
- Team We are the sum of everyone we surround ourselves with. This time around, we won't tolerate oversized egos, arrogance or cynicism in our culture. At TigerEye, everyone understands we are all excellent at something, and amateurs at most things. We are humble, approachable teammates, and we walk it like we talk it. We are committed to building TigerEye together and focused on creating value for each other, our customers and the world.
- Technology We're mobile enterprise software and machine learning experts. We were among the first enterprise software developers to launch across all app stores. We understand the challenges and high cost of building natively, and the eternal feature-parity hell that comes with it. TigerEye is enterprise-ready from the start, leveraging tech that's only possible thanks to innovations made in recent years. We have the strongest security protections built into our products: encryption at rest, true customer data segmentation, SSO and more. TigerEye is mobile-first while offering a full desktop experience (not a slow web app), and works great offline too.
- Wholehearted Life can be hard even for the most fortunate of us. As our previous company grew from a few people to several hundred across the globe, we experienced working while grieving. Teammates coped with loved ones dying, children getting sick and heartbreaking stories. The best we can do is to be wholehearted in everything we do. When we split our focus and energy in too many directions, we get overwhelmed and risk being mediocre at everything. At TigerEye, we are all committed to being fully present — this means at work and in our personal lives.