Randy Rayess lives in New York City. He attended the Wharton engineering program and loves technology. He co-founded VenturePact, a platform for companies to find, connect, scope, and engage software development teams. Their teams are trusted by General Electric, Honda, Bosch, Coca Cola, and other prominent brands. In this episode of the Immigrant Entrepreneur, we take time to discuss the two perspectives of clients and outsourced development teams, and how they can best work together. Randy explains how they gained their first customer, his specialty of enhancing the communication between clients and developers from the very beginning.
If you are a software or mobile app developer, an entrepreneur who is considering outsourcing the technology development of your product, or just someone interested in how technology teams work together, then listen up.
VenturePact highlights development teams, by programming language, by industry. They also have all kinds of cool tools for entrepreneurs, like 101 software enabled businesses that you can start in a day, or how to create an Uber model for your industry.
Randy also shares his Lebanese secret sauce, and the great business advice he received from his Grandma. He reflects on the reality of a civil war, then one relevant to him was the civil war in Lebanon, but listening to him we reflect on the chaos of the civil war in neighboring Syria today.