We’re on the seventh floor of a garden apartment in Longhua, Shenzhen. The whole team will be here for awhile. The boot camp mode is ON!
Many ask us how is Easiway different from other platforms. We are creating a professional fleet management system called Easishare Management System for car rental companies to effectively manage drivers and vehicles. Dispatchers can keep a close eye on drivers so they are not late and such. You know the drill.
Long story short, we make all players in the industry happy.
Definitely, it’s hard work for all team members. A good product calls for a close communicaton. That’s why we’re all here. We talk night and day fixing things, making things, having fun and enduring the occasional stressed-out phase.
There are other moments when you try to not feel awkward when an arguement between other team members get pretty heated up. Of course, we argue because we all care and it’s required for a good product to surface.
It all works beautifully because the sales team can give feedback to the dev team right away and the product becomes better each day.
We work hard. So we play hard (once in a while).
All team members went along with the sales team who had a meeting with a vendor in Guangzhou and got to see this beauty. Not a cloud in the sky. It was a good day.
We also stopped by Shamian Island to see some vintage buildings that stole our hearts. We did nothing, but walk and it was perfect.
In Guangzhou, there are a lot of fashion hopefuls who sell on online shopping giant Tao Bao which explains the ton of fashion photo shoots going on down the streets.
Young, but fierce
I shouldn’t stare at people but she was really pretty.
It was soothing especially because the atmostphere was so chill. Away from the boot camp, we enjoyed the peaceful faces there.
After this trip, we’re here back to work.
This will be a time that will never come again. When will the team members ever be working together this closely to build something that we believe in?
It’s a process that needs dedication and commitment. Communication is key to bring everyone on the same page. Years and years later, we will keep remembering this time: our own good old days that made history.