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Matt Young

CEO at Uservoice

Matt Young is the CEO of UserVoice, the first (and we think best!) product feedback and research tool for software companies around the world. Matt started his professional career as a software developer, right when web browsers were released.  He developed innovative solutions on the web well before SaaS and Product Management were the ubiquitous terms they are today.

Over his career, he has pushed for better ways to build software. And through all the changes in development methodologies, he has put the customer at the center of everything his teams have built.

This is what attracted him to UserVoice — an opportunity to make sure that teams building complex software solutions have direct access to the intended users — to make sure that the problems any company or development team are solving are actually worth solving.

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Matt Young

CEO at Uservoice

Matt Young is the CEO of UserVoice, the first (and we think best!) product feedback and research tool for software companies around the world. Matt started his professional career as a software developer, right when web browsers were released.  He developed innovative solutions on the web well before SaaS and Product Management were the ubiquitous terms they are today.

Over his career, he has pushed for better ways to build software. And through all the changes in development methodologies, he has put the customer at the center of everything his teams have built.

This is what attracted him to UserVoice — an opportunity to make sure that teams building complex software solutions have direct access to the intended users — to make sure that the problems any company or development team are solving are actually worth solving.

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BOOK NOW FOR your podcast

Matt Young

CEO at Uservoice

Matt Young is the CEO of UserVoice, the first (and we think best!) product feedback and research tool for software companies around the world. Matt started his professional career as a software developer, right when web browsers were released.  He developed innovative solutions on the web well before SaaS and Product Management were the ubiquitous terms they are today.

Over his career, he has pushed for better ways to build software. And through all the changes in development methodologies, he has put the customer at the center of everything his teams have built.

This is what attracted him to UserVoice — an opportunity to make sure that teams building complex software solutions have direct access to the intended users — to make sure that the problems any company or development team are solving are actually worth solving.

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What baggage does the word “product roadmap” hold for you? Does the thought of sharing your product roadmap publicly make you feel some type of way? In this session, UserVoice CEO and head of product, Matt Young will share what recent data suggests about the future of product roadmaps — and how you can start breathing new life into your approach to roadmapping.

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Timeline

Oct 2015 - Present

Uservoice

CEO

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Oct 2015 - Present

Nov 2007 - 2015

Vodori

Vice President of Engineering, CTO

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Nov 2007 - 2015

1996 - 2007

Duke University

Senior Analyst

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1996 - 2007

Ask me

Should customers be driving your product roadmap?
How can product teams make sense of all the feature requests, ideas for improvements, drive-by demands from executives you’re bombarded with?
How do you get your product team to listen to your sales, success, and support teams?
How do you get your sales, success, and support teams to understand what product teams do?
Is SCRUM/Kanban the right way to get things done in 2021?

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