It’s no news that the C19 pandemic has caused a sharp once-in-a-lifetime business downturn. Like consumers, businesses everywhere have abruptly retrenched, reducing their household or operating expenses and postponing new outlays in order to conserve resources. Despite this newly hostile environment, tech companies that plug serious leaks in their customers’ critical business processes can still prosper, while those whose products are seen as non-essential “vitamins” are suffering. So what critical leaks do you solve in your customers’ “leaky pipe”?
Philip Lay spent two decades as an account executive, general manager and entrepreneur, before becoming a strategy advisor and managing director with The Chasm Group in 1995.
Today Philip is visiting professor at IESE business school in Barcelona and serves on a public-company board alongside his advisory activities with boards, CEOs and management teams.
Major clients include Autodesk, Compuware, HP, NetApp, Rackspace, SAP, and Salesforce.com.