What comes first, the product or the team? Without any doubt, the team is #1 priority for Natalie Nagele, co-founder and CEO of Wildbit. We discuss their strategy around multiple SaaS products, how they became a product agnostic team, and how they juggle resources while staying focused and productive.
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- Wildbit — Natalie’s company
- Beanstalk, Postmark, Conveyor, Deploybot (acquired) — Wildbit’s products
- JD Graffam, Serial Acquirer of SaaS Apps — an interview with JD Graffam by Garrett Dimon (his former product Sifter now also belongs to JD)
- Slack, Jira, Basecamp, Confluence — communication and project management tools used by Wildbit
- Pigeonbot — a tool that sends email from Slack
- Experimenting with a 4-day work week, 4-day work week update — articles on how Wildbit adopted a shorter work week
- Follow Natalie on Twitter: @natalienagele
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