How elon87 started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We deliver technical training on behalf of enterprise software companies. These software companies like Chef Software (http://www.chef.io) or Couchbase (http://www.couchbase.com) create the kind of software that powers major airlines, banks, and internet companies (like Facebook). The software company (like Chef or Couchbase) creates their software and then they have to teach people how to use it. But, training isn't their core business and they don’t want to deliver training because this often means sending their smartest internal technical people (such as consultants within the company) to teach their end-customers, which is a waste of their billable time and their talents (it would be like having a famous race-car driver teaching teenagers how to drive a car), so the software company engages with us to learn their software and then we teach their end-customers how to use it. These end-customers will attend our live in-person or live online training classes to become more proficient at using the software. These classes are usually 2-5 days in length.
We are marketing to the software company that produced the software and they will engage with us to teach 10 - 15 classes per month as their primary training partner. These companies have typically 100 - 300 employees, are pre-IPO (Initial Public Offering), have venture capital funding between $100 -$350 million dollars USD in the bank, and have been in business between 4 - 10 years. They may even have a training department already but they need help to keep up with training demand or they want a scalable workforce of technical instructors that can grow or shrink with demand (rather then having to rely on their internal consultants when training demand gets busy). Our model is to provide amazing customer service where we anticipate their training needs and we never say no to any request they make of us so they learn that they can rely on us to just handle training their customers as needed. Key ideas of how they view us: Reliable, trustworthy, technically expert, professional, we care about their customers as much as they do. We free these software companies up to focus on growing their business.
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