Do you use XebiaLabs products? Do you want to directly influence how XebiaLabs builds products, so they best meet your team’s needs?
At XebiaLabs, talking to our users is an important part of our product development process. We want to fully understand the headaches release managers feel when a release is delayed by a failure, the complex infrastructure considerations that a developer has to take into account when determining where to deploy their application, and the challenges that managers face when measuring the progress of their DevOps initiatives.
Since we launched the XebiaLabs User Panel, it has played an important role in the process of developing new features and improving existing functionality. XebiaLabs User Panel members get:
- Direct interactions with our Product Team to communicate their needs
- A voice to influence how we develop products
- Early-bird insights into upcoming features
- The opportunity to network and share knowledge with other DevOps professionals at Members-Only virtual and face-to-face meetups
Listening to our users describe their daily workflows and seeing their real-world challenges has opened up a whole new world of ideas. Whether we’re talking about the way a user experiences a particular feature or asking for their input on the design of a new feature, the User Panel always inspires us to create great products that make a difference in the lives of our customers.
If you’re already using XebiaLabs products but you aren’t a member of the XebiaLabs User Panel, sign up today and get the opportunity to influence our product direction with your personal feedback. After you join the User Panel, you tell us which topics you’re interested in and how frequently you would like to be contacted. There’s never any obligation, so membership works around your schedule.
We hope you’ll join us!
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