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How Quip built a stack for data-driven product development

Product leaders have the ability to test, iterate, and influence the direction of their entire organization. Given the right tools, product leaders make great decisions and share valuable data across all teams. In this webinar, you’ll hear real-life stories from Katie Amos, Senior Product Manager at Quip about how the company integrated Segment and Optimizely to drive retention, growth, and brand loyalty with data they trust. 

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Katie Furr Amos

Senior Product Manager



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You know your core business depends

You know your core business depends

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