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VP of Software Engineering, ClickDimensions
1. What do you like best about your role at ClickDimensions?
My role at ClickDimensions provides a unique opportunity to work with development teams across the globe. I am grateful for this opportunity. For me, it is extremely rewarding to see our teams, with such diverse cultural backgrounds, come together to solve problems and develop new features and functions for our customers.
2. What is one piece of advice you would like to share with ClickDimensions customers?
Share your thoughts about how we can improve our products. As developers we are wired to solve problems – it’s what keeps us energized. Nothing is more satisfying than helping a customer solve a problem or overcome a business challenge.
3. What’s new in your department or area of the company that’s exciting for ClickDimensions customers?
In Q3 of 2020 we launched our Intelligent Dashboards product. We are very excited about this product as it provides our customers with deeper insights into campaign performance, customer interactions and marketing spend. We have a tremendous roadmap for 2021 (and beyond) and are confident that customers will get a tremendous lift from this new offering.
4. What is the best piece of advice you have ever been given?
Take time to enjoy and reflect on your accomplishments. In our day-to-day routine it is very easy to get lost in all the things we didn’t get done or all the things we need to get done. I try to find time every day to reflect on the things we did get done and use that as motivation moving forward.
5. What is your favorite season of the year and why?
Spring. I grew up in Chicago and the winters could be very cold and long. As I kid, I really enjoyed being outdoors. So, I looked forward to spring because it meant longer days and warmer temperatures. While the Atlanta winters are much milder than those of my childhood, I still look forward to then longer days and warmer weather of spring.