Listen to learn how to develop software according to what an Investor really wants - Prototype, Requirements Document, Wireframe, Figma or MVP - Minimum Viable Product. Edie Woelfle, Founder of KeiBoarder, joins Karen Rands on this episode of the Compassionate Capitalist Show(tm) to share her insights to help eliminate some of the confusion on the value and functional purpose of these 5 elements of the design and development of a software solution. Edie and Karen also delve into the value of software to automate internal processes for established companies seeking to remove bottlenecks, improve efficiency and increase profit. Stick to the end to hear their fun banter over 'Scrum Ceremony and Backlog Grooming'.
Edie Woelfle graduated summa cum laude with a BS in Game Design and Development from Rochester Institute of Technology, and started her career as a game developer. With experience large corporation application development, Edie's experience includes software development and project management for ground-floor startups launching software applications into the market, to Fortune 500 companies needing internal software automations and commercialization of software solutions. Edie, as a skilled solutions architect with a passion for implementing the highest quality solutions for startups and emerging growth companies, she started KeiBoarder to directly impact and help bring innovation to market.
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Karen Rands, is the leader of the Compassionate Capitalist Movement and author of the best selling financial investment primer: Inside Secrets to Angel Investing. She is an authority on creating wealth through investing and building successful businesses that can scale and exit rich. Visit http://Kugarand.com to learn how to hire her firm to identify the red flags of deal before you invest or try to raise capital.