Jason Carlson LiquidPlanner CTO Series

“Startups are hard,” Jason Carlson admits in the latest installment of our CTO Series. Not only does it take a unique vision, enormous commitment and hard boiled determination, you might have to take up jobs outside your expertise and hustle beyond your wildest dreams

And then, there’s chance and timing—which can be for you or against you.

When the Great Recession hit and LiquidPlanner didn’t yet have a paying company, the company faced some challenging times.

In this video, Jason answers the question: Was there a time you thought you might fail?

This is the third blog in a 9-part video series featuring LiquidPlanner CTO and co-founder Jason Carlson. These short clips tell the story of creating LiquidPlanner and share Jason’s insider expertise on creating the only resource-driven scheduling engine on the market and what makes our unique Dynamic Project Management unique.

What to learn more about how our cool scheduling engine works? Cool because LiquidPlanner is the only predictive scheduling engine on the market. And managing uncertainty is our specialty. To learn more read our white paper, “Managing Risk and Uncertainty in Technical Projects: The LiquidPlanner Approach.”

 

Facing Failure As a Startup: LiquidPlanner CTO Series was last modified: May 23rd, 2016 by Tatyana Sussex