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Feedback – We could all use some

I don’t know about you, but I always want to get feedback.   Whether I’m teaching a class, writing a blog (like this), or singing Karaoke…. A little feedback is incredibly important (ok, perhaps except when I’m driving).  

 

I find that I’m almost always too close to what I’m doing to be objective and to see what I can work on to get better.     In sports, we have coaches, and can see the score.   Both great sources of feedback.  In this business, we have a number of ways we get feedback; from the sales team, to meetings with customers and partners to the Customer Advisory Board, to Vivit groups, to the on-line communities… there are bunches of ways to get feedback.   We actually use this feedback to help shape the direction of our roadmap and the future of our products.   But you really can’t get enough feedback, so, here’s the point of this post:

 

If you’re an active user of Performance Center or LoadRunner, then please keep reading – we are actively looking for your perspective of what’s working and what we should be looking at changing.   This simple 7 to 10 question survey is focused on getting your feedback about LR or PC (depending on your experience).   Please consider this a request for your valuable input, perspective and feedback as we continue to work on improving the HP Performance Testing suite of tools.

 

Here’s the link to the short, short survey.  http://svy.mk/PC_LR_Feedback

 

Thank you in advance for your input and perspective.

John
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