September 25, 2020

Pushing out enterprise features

Jeremy @stridatum

After a number of calls with larger possible customers, we settled in on some "must-have" features necessary to land enterprise customers, and started implementing them.

With these features in the pipeline and nearing completion, we started getting a lot more interest from larger customers! Although the payment cycles and paperwork will be a new challenge, the investment should increase our marketing exposure and help with margins.

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