At Centercode we believe in technology's ability to make everyone's life better. In the Delta Huddle Podcast, we bring together industry experts and visionaries to share their insights about building products and bringing them to market.
We're excited to announce the very first episode of the Delta Huddle podcast! Chris Rader, VP of Marketing at Centercode, is joined by David Perry, CEO of Carro and Luke Freiler, CEO of Centercode, to discuss tech optimism, maintaining user delight, and doing more with less when it comes to user testing.
In this episode:
- Looking at the recession as an opportunity and adapting to change
- Importance of bulletproofing your products when the economy is at risk
- Critical reliance on releasing high quality products
About Our Guests:
David Perry is the CEO of Carro, a new e-commerce partnership network used by over 30K Shopify brands. GetCarro.com helps brands gain attention, sales, and new customers by partnering with other brands in the network. The goal is to keep users on your store and add everything they need into your cart. Carro provides all the other products they want that you don’t currently sell. Before Carro, David’s previous company Gaikai was acquired by Sony PlayStation to establish leadership in the future of streaming video games from the cloud. That service is called PlayStation Now.
Luke Freiler is the CEO and co-founder of Centercode, a delta testing solutions provider that helps hundreds of enterprise and high-growth tech companies continuously perfect their products by leveraging the enthusiasm of their customers. With a background in user experience and software development, Luke continues to lead the design of the Centercode Platform, a comprehensive SaaS solution that enables companies to continuously engage with their audiences throughout product development and iteration. A self-identified Tech Idealist, his vision is for a world where technology truly serves to solve real problems. He is passionate about working with product makers to turn that vision into a reality, one product at a time.