LIVE WEBINAR

How to use hypotheses and data to drive clear product decisions

Learn how to apply a more scientific method to your product development process this year.

Date: February 27, 2020
Time: 10 am PST | 1 pm EST

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Product teams not only need to understand their customers better than anyone else—they need to be able to use that knowledge to build products that provide legitimate value. Yet building the right features doesn’t just happen on a whim; you need a process in place to make data-driven decisions. 

Join Davis Godbout, Product Manager at Splunk, for an inside look at the scientific method his team uses throughout the product development process, from goal-setting to hypotheses to measuring results. It’s a highly informative guide to how his team uses data and analytics to effect change as efficiently as possible.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • What modern product organizations gain from adopting a hypothesis-driven mindset.
  • How to use data to effect change, measure results, and analyze outcomes throughout the user journey.
  • What a scientific method to product development looks like in action at Splunk—and exactly how the team executes it.


About VictorOps:
VictorOps is a Splunk company based in Boulder, Colorado — and with VictorOps, “on-call” isn’t a four-letter word. Using IT system data, VictorOps’ incident response software automates alerts, centralizes information and supports critical documentation for our customers. It integrates with log management, monitoring, chat tools and more, for a single-pane of glass into system health.

Your Presenters from Splunk and Heap

Speakers

Davis Godbout

Senior Product Manager, Splunk / VictorOps

Abhi Puranam

Abhi Puranam

Product Marketing Manager, Heap

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