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It’s time for better roadmaps: Take a roadtrip with Productboard


Creating better roadmaps is why many product management teams choose Productboard. Join Sarah Gillespie, Sales Engineer at Productboard, for a live roadmaps webinar with a roadmaps demo, best practices, a customer fireside chat with Noah Singer, Head of Product at 1-800 Contacts and Q&A.

  • We’ll provide a brief intro to Productboard, the customer-centric product management system
  • We’ll guide you through our new roadmap releases with a product demo
  • We’ll share roadmap best practices we’ve learned from 3500+ innovative customers
  • We’ll have a fireside chat about roadmaps with Noah Singer, Sr. Director of Product at 1-800 Contacts (a Productboard customer)

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About 1-800 Contacts and Noah Singer, Head of Product

As one of the original direct to consumer companies, 1-800 Contacts has innovated for 25 years to make vision care simple and affordable, often using technology to improve customer experience. With ambitious goals to continue disrupting the industry, 1-800 Contacts hired a Head of Product, Noah Singer, to drive the product roadmap. When Singer joined the team, the pandemic was already in full swing, and most of the company’s 1,200 employees were working remotely. 1-800 Contacts uses Productboard to save many hours weekly creating roadmaps for various stakeholders with greater visibility and confidence.

About Productboard

Voted the Best Roadmap Product in Product School’s 2020 Proddy Awards.

Voted the Best Product For Building A Roadmap based on thousands of votes from global product managers in Products That Counts 2020 Awards.

Productboard is the leading product management system, helping product teams get the right products to market. Over 3,500 modern, customer-driven companies – like Microsoft, Zendesk, UiPath, and Avast – use Productboard to help understand what users need, prioritize what to build next, and rally everyone around the roadmap.