At 3Pillar, we develop next-generation software products for clients in a number of industries, including education. Our clients in the education space are focused on providing software solutions that improve the learning process for teachers, students, and parents. Our experience in this market has enabled innovative changes like: Making the college application process easier for… Read more »
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Director of Product Management
Daniel Klaussen is 3Pillar Global’s Director of Product Management. He oversees Product Engineering Managers in our Client Services organization worldwide to ensure that all 3Pillar client engagements are running smoothly. Dan played an integral part in 3Pillar’s development of the PBS iPad app and has overseen development work for numerous projects for Carfax, including iPhone and Android applications. Prior to joining 3Pillar, Dan served as Director of Product Management at Silverpop and Group Product Manager at Netscape.
Away from work, Dan is an avid bike rider and the doting father of two teenagers.
At 3Pillar, we work with a number of clients in the education space to provide software solutions that enable their students or end users to manage their education, either inside the classroom or outside it. Opportunities afforded by new and emerging technologies are bringing sweeping changes to the world of education. With the wealth of… Read more »
Last Friday, a number of 3Pillar cohorts and I spent the day over at Gannett headquarters for this year’s edition of the MoDev East conference, where I had the pleasure of hosting a panel on Product Modernization that was comprised of executives from CARFAX, Micropact, Gannett, and Wedding Wire. Among the topics we covered are… Read more »
At Three Pillar Global, we work frequently with clients in the media space to help them envision their software products of the future. That’s one reason we read this Adweek article on the decline of magazine newsstand sales with interest over the weekend. It’s also why we were so riveted by the Newsweek drama that… Read more »