What’s the connection between Robinhood services, Coronavirus and your application’s health? The recent Coronavirus outbreak has wreaked havoc on many industries, as well as financial markets. This virus and the volatility it has brought into our lives is also having a heavy impact on the software we use everyday.
Sometimes, people will announce a conference, get thousands of sign ups and then one or two weeks before it’s set to go live they will be figuring out how to do it; how much different from a normal video conference call could it be?
There are a variety of API metrics that can be tracked that are aligned with engineering goals such as uptime, average latency, requests per minute, and errors per minute. However, these metrics are not aligned with the business goals of product owners and growth teams.
Here is the note that Sequoia Capital sent to founders and CEOs to provide guidance on how to ensure the health of their business while dealing with potential business consequences of the spreading effects of the coronavirus.
To enable more use cases at scale in 2020, they’re investing in new features catering to enterprise customers, including more control and better collaboration for larger teams. They look forward to enabling the JAMstack at scale with the services it needs as it looks to migrate major parts of its web infrastructure to Netlify.
They’re planning to use the funds to double the team over the year and hire across all functions, including product, sales, marketing, engineering, and across all their current locations. They’ll continue to focus on product development while improving customer experience and support.
When you first start building a sales team, you’ll need to arm your new team with the knowledge and assets they’ll need to close deals quickly. In this post, sales development leader Jake Biskar shares his thoughts on building high-impact sales enablement program, from what collateral to focus on to how to train your sales team to sell more effectively.