Nothing good in life happens with a negative attitude.Read Full Post
To give you a sense of what we’re busy working on over here at Atlatl HQ in Charleston, we sat down with our Director of Design and Art Development, Jeremy Batts, for a quick Q&A on what he’s most excited about.Read Full Post
We continue to engage the manufacturing industry with our innovative, visual sales tools that improve and streamline customers’ revenue and engineering operations. The number one thing that I’ve learned as the lead of our sales team is that when you approach your designated market with your product or solution the first thing you need to do is to understand what problem you are solving for first.Read Full Post
Since 1941, our customer, Atlas Handling Systems, has provided ergonomic and workplace solutions for warehousing, distribution and manufacturing facilities. They represent over 250 manufacturers and thousands of material handling products to assist their customers with layouts, planning, installation and maintenance for facilities, process improvements and ergonomic upgrades to improve efficiency and reduce costs.
[Every Friday we have an all-hands-on-deck, stand-up meeting at Atlatl HQ. Affectionately called “The Week”, this 30 minute (usually closer to an hour) open forum conversation is an opportunity for everyone to feel the pulse of Atlatl. Department heads give progress updates, highlight wins, and most importantly present lessons learned. We are an agile (read: small but growing very rapidly) startup where things are constantly evolving. Every week we learn something new about our customers/prospects, our product and our process. These are our stories.]Read Full Post
Most people agree that cable is something that doesn't provide a return on their investment. Those of us with cable pay the same amount every month, regardless of whether we watch 2 hours or 200 hours. We pay every month for access to something so it’s there when we need it. This is probably the reason many cable subscribers are cutting the cord and paying less for fewer services that they use more frequently. Paying for services we don’t use is also a big driver in the next evolution of cloud computing referred to as “serverless”.Read Full Post
Rapid fire w/ Atlatl’s Quality Assurance Manager, John NortonRead Full Post
We released an infographic today that details the pains that manufacturers and distributors are experiencing today in their sales process. We highlight how our product can help you alleviate these with our sales enablement suite. We've heard you so we have crafted our product specifically for these challenges.Read Full Post