NEW YORK (PRWEB) May 06, 2013
"Selway and Product Savvy have forged a very strong relationship with enormous potential for delivering value to our portfolio companies," said Yaron Eitan, Managing Partner, Selway Capital.
The partnership is underpinned by an increasing recognition that the founders of tomorrow’s great technology companies are likely great engineers and visionaries, but often lack experience in taking products to market. This lack of product development and product management experience typically leads to increased costs, delays and even company failure. Recognizing such risks Selway Capital, a New York based private equity firm, has teamed with Product Savvy Consulting (PSC) to provide expert product management, Agile SW Development Management and product design support to their portfolio companies.
“Product management and product development teams equipped with proven ‘go to market’ methodologies and experience are crucial to a technology company’s market success,” Eitan said. “We see PSC as a key resource in supporting this success by working in partnership with our portfolio companies.”
"Through this relationship, Selway Capital and Product Savvy will continue to provide enhanced product support to an amazing group of companies, each of which we expect to see launching and enhancing groundbreaking products,” said Jonathan Chashper, CEO of Product Savvy and a recognized industry expert on technology product management and software development.
About Product Savvy Consulting
Product Savvy Consulting (http://www.productsavvy.com) is an Agile Product Management and Software Development consulting firm with over 75 combined years of senior management and c-suite product experience. It supports high-tech companies in bringing their software products to market on time and on budget.
About Selway Capital
Selway Capital (http://www.selwaycapital.com) is a private equity investment firm led by a dynamic team of former operators and investment professionals with vast experience in successfully investing in, building and exiting middle-market companies.