Long days

The days are long and busy. One of the characteristics of being CEO of a start-up is that you have to be able to context switch, and you have to be able to do so 100+ times a day. Whereas other positions may need periods of deep thought and uninterrupted focus, my position requires spinning multiple plates concurrently.

We’re making huge progress and I can see more progress right in front of us. Every day each of us moves the ball a little further down the field…..and while we’re having to make some changes and update some things, I am certainly feeling productive.

I actually did my first product demo today….yep, just me, nobody else…..demoing away to someone. It can certainly be polished but I thought it went well (fortunately my audience went easy on me).

I heard a few people recently from traditional monitoring companies describe Boundary as competitive to them. We are certainly happy to take the attention that they are giving us (thanks!) – but I can assure them all that we are not competitive. Boundary is a different type of solution, solving a very different type of problem to a different type of customer – if anyone wants to understand that better then give me a call and I’ll happily practice my demo skills on you.

By the way…did I say…..we’re hiring!!! Check out the web site https://boundary.com/careers for more details but….if you are ridiculously talented, then forget the jobs on the web site and just approach us directly.

One Response to “Long days”

  1. Boundary as competitive to them. We are certainly happy to take the attention that they are giving us (thanks!) – but I can assure them all that we are not competitive. Boundary is a different type of solution, solving a very different type of problem to a different type of customer – if anyone wants to understand that better then give me a call and I’ll happily practice my demo skills on you.

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