Technology leaders often have a gut feel for what’s lagging in their tech stack. But having a system for quantifying and prioritizing those needs is far less common. With unique businesses, technologies, and customers, there’s often a sense that benchmarks fail to provide actionable insights.

Jeremy Jackson, CTO of Alpine Software Group, respectfully disagrees. More important: he has a better way.

In this webinar Jackson reveals his Minimum Viable Technology (MVT) framework, and how it’s helping to power the growth of Alpine’s group of more than thirty portfolio companies.

Case Studies include:

  1. The video-heavy app that lowered storage costs by 50% using Minimum Viable Technology
  2. A government-based transportation management application that was successfully migrated to the cloud
  3. The HIPAA compliant web app that bolstered compliance with savings realized after migration

By watching this webinar you will learn:

  1. The five facets of your tech stack that must be benchmarked immediately
  2. How to prioritize tech stack improvements for maximum gain
  3. How the MVT framework transforms your technical debt into quantifiable business value

Panelist Bios:

Alpine Software Group CTO, Jeremy Jackson

Jeremy Jackson is the Group CTO at ASG. He is responsible for scaling People, Process, and Tech across 30+ Engineering teams and setting technical direction at ASG. Previously, Jeremy worked at YouCaring, an Alpine company, acquired by GoFundMe in 2018. Before that he spent time building large Corporate and Government websites,,,, and even had the pleasure of getting pulled into to help right the ship when it first launched in 2012, ensuring millions of Americans received affordable healthcare.

Dave Todaro is a software visionary, entrepreneur, and agile project management expert. Even from an early age, Dave had a knack for computers. At age 11, he wrote his first program. At age 13, he shipped his first worldwide-distributed application. And at 15, he started his first software company. Since then, he and his teams have designed and built award-winning products across a wide range of industries. He’s taught his agile techniques to thousands of people around the world and is regularly hired as a strategic consultant, advising on a wide range of project management, software engineering, and DevOps topics. He published The Epic Guide to Agile in 2019, a 500-page handbook detailing the product development methods he’s refined over the years, which has since been adopted as a text for university classes.

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