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Using Product Data & Insights to Deliver Value & Drive Business Outcomes
Modern software teams know the importance of measuring product usage, but product-led organizations go one step further, leveraging those insights to build better customer experiences and deliver ROI for their companies.

Product-led companies break down data silos and use product insights to inform strategy up to the executive level. Data is the common language across the organization, and each department monitors usage and behavioral insights to ensure the product delivers maximum value to the customer.

Join Brian Walsh, SVP and GM of products and platform at Pendo, to learn how to leverage product data throughout your organization to drive business outcomes.
Brian Walsh
Brian Walsh
SVP Product, GM, Core Products and Platform, Pendo
Date
Thursday, May 30, 2024
14:05 -
14:25 EEST
Track
Product-Led Growth
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SVP Product, GM, Core Products and Platform, Pendo

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