August 21, 2019

First enterprise customer

Alex Circei @alexcircei

We managed to acquire our first enterprise customer and also finish our on-prem solution. We realize that our product is adding a lot of value for bigger teams, teams with more than 50 engineers. As an analytics company, we need to help our customers understand the stats we're creating.

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