This will be an informal chat about macro trends in the enterprise software/collaboration space (which is the space that Mem Labs operates within).
Main takeaways:- Enterprise Software is dead - buyer/user relationships are blurrier than ever.- Consumerization of enterprise means the unbundling of G-suite/O365 - the workplace is now BYOT (bring your own tool)- Integration is no longer enough - given the explosion of tools that people use, seamlessly integrated products have become an expectation
Meet the Speaker: Dennis Xu
Now his second startup, Dennis is currently accelerating human progress as a Co-Founder at Mem Labs. Dennis started his career as a Software Engineering Intern atSalesforce.com, he took it as an introduction to how the market leader in enterprise SaaS operates from an engineering point of view.
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