In order to keep the entire product development process on track, it is essential to have a good product roadmap.

A well-developed product roadmap presents numerous advantages. Let’s name a few:

  • Helps your organization make strategic decisions
  • Allows the entire team to understand the company’s vision
  • Serve as a “collaboration engine” and allows internal and external team members to be on the same page on company goals
  • Allows you to determine when requirements should change
  • Can help predict the potential impact on changing requirements


You’re invited! Join us for a brand new Webinar on Friday February 24

Webinar - Building a data-driven product roadmapBuilding a good product roadmap can be challenging. Many companies struggle with developing roadmaps that properly align their product development process. The most successful roadmaps are one which are built using a more evolved and collaborative approach – one in which all product inputs, from requirements to resources, cost benefit analysis to market demands are the very building blocks of the roadmap.

We invite you to join us this week for a brand new edition of the OneDesk Webinar Fridays, Building a Data-Driven Product Roadmap. Our Marketing Manager, Brendan Walsh and our Marketing Specialist, Catherine Constantinides will tell you all about how you can use OneDesk to build a data-driven product roadmap. You will learn how this type of roadmapping approach helps you save time, effectively manages expectations and provides better organizational alignment.

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

System Requirements
PC-based attendees: Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server

Macintosh®-based attendees: Mac OS® X 10.5 or newer

During the Webinar, we’ll have several product experts on hand by chat to help answer any questions you might have about OneDesk. You can also join the discussion on Twitter at #OneDeskDemos.

We hope to see you there!

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