6 Keys to Developing Successful Software Products Webinar

3Pillar recently hosted a webinar titled The 6 Keys to Developing Successful Software Products. The webinar covered the findings from a recent research study on software development success factors that 3Pillar commissioned alongside the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland.

The study looked at the software development practices of professionals in a variety of industries to determine what characteristics the most successful companies share. Watch the webinar to hear the companies and people behind the study talk about how it was conceived and conducted, some of the study’s most important findings, and how it led to the formation of the first-ever Product Development Success Index (PDSI).

Participants in the webinar included:

  • Dr. Sunil Mithas, Professor & Research Director at the University of Maryland’s Center for Excellence in Service at the Robert H. Smith School of Business
  • Charles Colby, Chief Methodologist & Founder at Rockbridge Associates
  • Beth Jacobs, VP of Product Strategy & Partnerships at 3Pillar

For more information on the Product Development Success study or to get your company’s own PDSI score, please visit our newly launched educational platform at www.PDSInsights.com.

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