The Feedback Loop: How A System Of Feedback Squashes Bugs, Saves Time and Wows Customers.

DevconTLV March Conference, Thursday, March 12, 2015, 08:10
This talk will discuss the Mad Mimi system of customer/developer feedback loops and how it impacted development, customer support and product quality.

Born and raised on a 30-acre farm near Johannesburg, South Africa, Dean Levitt moved to the US in 1999 with his brother Gary Levitt (Mad Mimi's founder) to pursue a career in music.

Since Mad Mimi's inception, Dean has nurtured its culture, changing customers into fans for organic, viral growth. Mad Mimi has over 250,000 customers and was recently acquired by GoDaddy.

Dean moved to Tel Aviv in July, 2014 and currently works with both GoDaddy and Mad Mimi. 

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