Founder’s Corner – Copying the Long Term Thinking of Warren Buffet and Amazon

Part of my series on what, why and how we do things at RunSignup, Founder’s Corner. I was a bit of an economics nerd growing up. I subscribed to Barrons for a while and read my Dad’s Forbes and Fortune magazines. At Easter, we would drive to visit my Grandparents in Parkersburg, West Virginia. We […]

Founder’s Corner – Development Process

Part of my Founder’s Corner blog series on what, how and why we do things at RunSignup. Yesterday a group of our developers made a presentation to the Rowan University ACM student members. We have a special connection with Rowan, with 3 full time developers – Phil, Benny and Justus – joining us originally via […]

Founder’s Corner – Open API – What it Means for Timing Tools and Technology Partners

I just wrote a blog for Founder’s Corner that talked about our Open approach. One of the key elements of our approach is having an Open API. This provides a way for other software programs to interact with data on our platform. For example, it allows a timing software vendor to download all participant information […]

Founders Corner – Open

Today’s topic on Founders Corner is about having an Open strategy to technology and business. Like other topics, this is one of the foundational elements of our strategy at RunSignup. In fact, one of the reasons I wanted to create the company was the closed business and technology approach registration vendors were taking – and […]

Founder’s Corner – Continuous Improvement

I got spurred to write about this topic on Founder’s Corner about Continuous Improvement by an email from a customer yesterday: Hi Bob, my name is Tom Gifford and I am the Race Series Director for the East Shore YMCA. We are in Harrisburg, PA. I have been using RunSignUp since 2015 and I wanted to […]

Founder’s Corner – Guiding Principles

This is the initial post for the Founder’s Corner Series. It is fitting, because this is what we use as our core set of principles. Almost every decision we make can come back to this as a root set of principles to guide what the decision should be. We have had these in place since […]

Founder’s Corner – Ramblings on What, Why, and How We do Things at RunSignup

I’m starting up this series of blog posts to share the reason behind what, why and how we do things at our company. As we are growing, we have more and more new employees and more and more new customers. A couple of days ago I found myself trying to explain a bunch of things […]

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