With just 10 minutes of your time, you can influence our next release of policyIQ!

Just last week, we told you about our goals for 2012.A few of you contacted us after reading that post to tell us about your goals for using policyIQ in 2012.We value those conversations, because it helps us to prioritize our efforts to deliver the most important features, training sessions and support services to our user community.

policyIQ has always been a customer-driven product, relying heavily on the feedback we receive from our users.In 2012, we’re taking that up a notch to bring you – our policyIQ user community – directly into the design process.We want to show you version 7 in its earliest stages of development (warts and all), so that we can polish the rough edges with your feedback in mind.(We’re mixing our metaphors, but we think you understand.)

It would be awesome if we could speak with every single policyIQ user at every step of the process, but that’s not practical for you or for us.Instead, we’re asking for volunteers to give us 10 minutes of their time to see a rough version 7, and to answer questions and tell us their impressions.

If you are interested in participating over the next few months, let us know!We’ll need some users right away, but we might wait and ask some of you to participate a little later.If we don’t reach out to you right away, it isn’t because we don’t value your feedback, but rather because we have too many volunteers for the first round.Contact us to participate in this early product design review!

 

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About Chris Burd

Chris is the Managing Director of the policyIQ group at RGP. She gets geeky about compliance and technology, and gets to spend every day working at the crossroads of the two. With policyIQ since 2005, Chris has worked with hundreds of policyIQ clients to implement technology and enhance their internal compliance environment. In the past few years, she's focused on enhancing policyIQ's offering as a Conflict Minerals and Anti-Corruption tool. In past lives, Chris worked as a system implementation consultant, a e-commerce specialist, a customer service call center manager, and - for one short but memorable summer during high school - a machine operator on midnight shift in a plastics factory. In her free time, she spoils her nieces, volunteers at her local food bank, and spends more time than she should taking photos of her cats. She would like to be a rock star when she grows up.

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