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Dan Podsedly

Introducing Tracker Enterprise

Pivotal Tracker powers modern software teams that are highly collaborative, cross-functional, and which ship continuously. It’s given countless companies the predictability and transparency they’ve needed to transform their development process and stay competitive in a world full of disruption. Read more...

Steve Lichtenstein

Product Stack Denver—An Event for PMs

We’re bringing the Product Stack to the mile-high city on May 2! Don’t miss this exciting product management event! The Product Stack is a coalition of product manager allies—from ProductPlan, Pivotal Tracker, and Notion—focused on helping PMs build customer-centric products through successful product planning, more efficient sprint execution, and clearer insight into the metrics that matter most. Read more...

Steve Lichtenstein

Case Study: 729 Solutions

729 Solutions originally began as a digital agency in the dot-com years, but under President and CEO/CTO Rob Fife, it’s morphed into a boutique agile shop that provides front-end UX/design and backend help to startups and Fortune 500 companies. Read more...

Steve Lichtenstein

Product Stack LA: Panel Discussion

Last week, we shared an interview with Tracker’s GM, Dan Podsedly, at the inaugural Product Stack product manager event in Los Angeles. As promised, here is the full panel discussion from that night, hosted by Suzanne Abate of the podcast 100 PMs, and featuring ProductPlan’s Greg Goodman and Laure Parsons of Notion. Read more...

Lisa Doan

New Project Permissions

Over the years, we’ve received a lot of feedback from users about the difficulty of joining projects. Previously, only Project Owners or Account Admins could add users to a project, which put the burden of managing the project memberships of many on just a few users. Read more...

Steve Lichtenstein

Case Study: Guild Education

From their offices in Denver, CO, Guild Education partners with companies nationwide to expand the educational opportunities offered as part of their benefits package. Working with nonprofit universities that specialize in supporting working adults, Guild offers classes, programs, and degrees intended to help employees grow in their career. Read more...