After a couple of months in private beta, the Rocketr team is ready to remove the curtains and let the sunshine real data in.

The team did a lot of soul searching these past two months. We collected tremendous amounts of feedback, studied several early use cases, picked up on key observations, and actioned some very difficult changes. While talking to your earliest of users isn’t for the faint of heart, we are certainly glad we did it.

I'm beginning to understand what founders mean when they say that building a product is a rollercoaster ride. One day you're on top of the world. The next day you're doing a usability test.

We’re closing in on 100 usability tests now since Rocketr started making them a priority at the beginning of December. I’ve said publicly that these are the most humbling part of my day. It’s still true.