Our podcast offering this week takes a look at the wider SaaS community to see how everyone is coping with the current global situation. Like so many of our peers, we were due to attend Saa Str 2020 a few weeks ago, and we had set up interviews with some of the Latest Mailing Database amazing speakers who would have been there. Over the past few weeks, we've been lucky enough to be able to have some of these conversations with people remotely and it's got us thinking about how the industry as a whole is responding to what's going on. We will post these planned interviews down the line, when the time is right. But for today, we're sharing some of the conversations we've had with people recently about how they're responding, how they've adapted their work, and what that means for the future of SaaS.
So, in this episode, you will hear: Kristin Haacht, Head of EDR Sales at Atlassian Prashanth Chandrasekar, CEO of Stack Overflow Loren Pendeford, Managing Director, Shopify Plus Tom Ronen, Customer Success Manager at Josh Nielson, CEO of Encaser It's fair to Latest Mailing Database say that so much has changed in the past few weeks for people around the world. We are all trying to find our way through uncharted waters – and that can be a challenge, either personally or professionally. We hope these conversations with SaaS executives are helpful and help you learn how other companies are doing and moving forward. Here are some quick snippets from the episode. Some companies worked quickly to pivot and ensure their workforce was well supported to work from home while others had already implemented remote workers.
When we talk about adapting work practices, it's a broader conversation than just creating a remote work infrastructure – some are finding that their customer base has changed drastically as well. It's hard not to imagine what the current situation means for the Latest Mailing Database future - what will e-commerce look like in a world where Mom and Pop stores are suddenly online? Over time, people are becoming more adept at working from home – so what happens when they like it? Companies can also see the benefit of having a larger talent pool and less overhead. At the heart of it all is a human crisis and this is not forgotten by any of the companies we spoke with. Caring about people first and business later is a mantra that many embrace. If you like conversation, watch more episodes of our podcast.