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MapR product strategy

Maria Deutscher (SiliconAngle) quoting MapR CMO Jack Norris:

The MapR strategy centers on what chief marketing officer Jack Norris described in an interview as a “proven business model of really focusing on a product, selling a product, making a product enterprise grade, utilizing the innovations of the community but providing some [additional] advantages so customers can be even more successful.”

I thought that a part of a proven business is innovating on the product and less so utilizing the innovations of the community. Or at least finding some ways to paying back for those community innovations.

Original title and link: MapR product strategy (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://siliconangle.com/blog/2014/02/24/mapr-continues-on-aggressive-expansion-path-with-new-asia-pacific-office/