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If you are one of the believers that the future of work is remote, then here’s happy news for you: COVID-19 has dramatically accelerated the world’s transition to remote/distributed teams. Remote work is more normal now than ever.

The pandemic has forced many businesses to embrace and adopt remote working policies. Even the more traditional organizations across industries such as financial services, automobiles, real estate have asked their employees to work from home. …


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Enterprise software used to suck. The user experience used to be pathetic. You’re sure to have wondered about the possible reason behind those awfully bad product designs.

Things have started to change. Enterprise tech is getting better. But why did it suck in the first place? — The answer as Jason Fried of Basecamp points out is that The focus of B2B software companies then was to win the buyers with feature lists, future promises, and buzz words and not the actual users who used their product.

The past decade, however, has seen a fundamental shift in the way enterprise software is getting sold. The shift is from a ‘management decides-IT installs’ top-down selling model to an ‘employees adopt-management buys’ bottom-up model. Tomasz Tunguz of Redpoint Ventures calls it the model, a go-to-market framework made popular by companies such as Dropbox, Zoom, and Slack. …

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