Is there any correlation between doing a Startup right, perfecting a pitch presentation, and Application Performance Management (APM)? Yes, when looking at it through the eyes of Automation! Let me explain further.
On October 27, 2015, I was proud to represent IT-Conductor as CEO and Co-founder to take the stage in front of 300 attendees at SAP in Palo Alto during the "Art of the Start 2.0 Pitch Challenge with Guy Kawasaki". We were one of five finalists chosen out of 83 applicants to deliver a 3 minutes pitch that night. The 3 minutes pitch was the ultimate result of much work and planning.
At IT-Conductor we're passionate about Process Automation which requires careful thought design around these 4 P's: Plan, Practice, Perform and Perfect IT!
The Art of the Start
In Guy's best-selling Startup guides "The Art of the Start" and the new revision "The Art of the Start 2.0", he makes it perfectly clear that there is careful thought to creating a system that works, even for chaotic adventures like startups to increase their chance towards success. The system is simple, yet with Planning and Practice can be Performed and Perfected (with iterations of course). Guy's motivation is that through his writing and public speaking to help automate the process of starting any ventures in life.