…Some of them don't put it on your things, but I guarantee you there's a way to go up to Wufoo, go up to almost any software‑as‑a‑service company, and pay arbitrary amounts of money for their product. For example, if you have a $ 500,000 budget, and you talk to somebody at Wufoo, I will guarantee you that they will find an option to spend $ 500,000.
Maybe it's we send a trainer and teach everyone how to use their drag and drop form‑building interface, and then the cost …
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…with functional programming and Datomic. Kevin Hale from Wufoo showed us how they've raised customer support to the next level on Thursday. Big thanks to both of these speakers for spending time and sharing their day with us.
I treat the meetups as more socialization than work. The company doesn't just stop though. For my fellow, we're on call in shifts throughout the day, is answering questions, are sketching away, and our …
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…businesses at prices that people think no one can will pay. Say, $ 250 a month for Wufoo.
It's just that people who are spending essentially other people's money, it just comes out of a budget so it doesn't matter to them whether it's 200 or 250 or 500. As long as it still only requires one signature or zero signatures it's whatever it is.
Amy: Yeah. I hear the amount per signatures for an employee generating expenses in a large company is usually around $ 500 …
Grasshopper, Mailchimp, Wufoo, Shopify, and Batchbook all joined forces in 2011 to create and execute the Barcamp Tour. We journeyed across the country together to work with 10 different entrepreneurial cities and help them put on a barcamp that would inspire / energize their communities. We shared our passions, listened to other peoples, and took in the unique character of each city we visited. Boy did we learn a lot. We would love to share those observations & experiences with …
…with a quote from , the founder of Wufoo, a company that has taken a very boring and uniform product and made it fun and exciting: The inspiration for our color palette did come from our competitors. It was really depressing to see so much software designed to remind people they're making databases in a windowless office and so we immediately knew we wanted to go in the opposite direction. My goal was to design Wufoo to feel like something Hale would make. …
A great example of a product that nails its personality is Wufoo, which was recently acquired by spoke at our ZURBsoapbox a while back, said that they thought a new visitor to Wufoo as a first date with its potential customer: So if you're on a first date and you see that your date starts picking …. Wufoo is a forms engine, which sounds like a generic and boring product. So how were they able to make it fun and engaging? Wufoo's founder Kevin Hale, who
At Wufoo, we're fanatical about creating and maintaining long-term relationships with our customers
Consider the work of John Gottman , who could look at couples fighting and predict with uncanny accuracy who would stick together and who would break up
Our relationship approach depends on the type of user:
With new users, it's like dating
With longer-time users, it's like marriage
There are fights in every relationship, whether within a couple or a relationship …
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