A Big Thank You from Nave!
It’s been a busy year for us here at Nave, so it’s time to let our hair down, have some fun & celebrate the end of a successful year. But, none of it would have been possible without your trust and help. To that end, we’d like to extend a big thank you to everyone who supported us during this incredible year!
To Our Customers
We have always put our customers first, which is why we’ve worked hard to bring you a solution that helps improve your workflow and make your processes more efficient. Not only are you the driving force behind everything we do at Nave – you’re the very reason we exist. Right from the start, our goal has been to bring value to you as soon as possible. Thank you for your trust! We won’t let you down!
To Our Team
Any successful project is driven by the power to collaborate and communicate without limitations and across geographical boundaries. We would like to say special thank you to our team all around the world. Thank you for your motivation, hard work and dedication. Our success wouldn’t have been possible otherwise. Thanks guys – you’re amazing!
To Our Partners
We’d also like to thank all Kanban Trainers & Consultants, Event and Platform partners who have believed in us and shared our success story over the past year. With your help, we’ve managed to transform Nave into a respected brand and a trusted provider of solutions for Kanban teams everywhere. Thank you for the reliable team work!
If you’re leading a business agility initiative and are interested in joining Nave’s Partner Program, contact us today, and let’s achieve more with our cooperation!
To the Teams Behind the Platforms We Integrate With
Without the people behind all the products we integrate with, our solution simply wouldn’t make any sense. That’s why we’d also like to thank you for building the platforms that our dashboards work with. Your products help Kanban teams stay organised and collaborate effectively on any project. Together, we provide the ultimate solution for successful teams to deliver value as quickly as possible. We are so happy to work with you! Keep up the great job!
To the Kanban Community
We developed our product to drive success among Kanban teams across the globe. We’d like to thank the Kanban community for their insights and support and their ability to drive the trends shaping our solution. To all those who share knowledge and help us keep our sense of direction, thank you for your help!
To Our Families
Over the past year, we’ve been working hard to build our visual analytics tool to help Kanban teams across the world increase their productivity, improve workflow efficiency and become faster, smarter and happier. It has cost us a lot of time, energy and dedication. We’d like to say a warm thank you to our families for being so patient while we’ve worked long nights and on weekends to make that possible. We love you more than anything, and we wouldn’t have been able to make it without you!
What to Expect in 2020
Our job is never done. We’re here to deliver continuous value to our customers by listening to their feedback and focusing on their needs. That’s why we’re working hard to constantly improve our product. Our roadmap for 2020 includes integrating with some of the most popular project management tools on the market. Stay tuned and let us know which integration you’d like to see next in the comments below!
Wishing you great success in achieving your goals and dreams in 2020!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Meet the Author
Sonya Siderova is a passionate product manager and a driving force behind Nave, a Kanban analytics suite that helps teams improve their delivery speed through data-driven decision making. When she's not catering to her two little ones, you might find Sonya absorbed in a good heavyweight boxing match or behind a screen crafting a new blog post.
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