Ryan Fyfe

CEO @ Founder Humanity.com

With more than a decade’s worth of experience in web development and internet marketing, I’m passionate about building cloud-based products that redefine how businesses maximize their opportunities for success, improving employee job satisfaction along the way.

As the founder and CEO at Humanity.com and Shiftplanning.com, I’ve had the tremendous opportunity to build a business that to date serves more than half a million users across 87 countries. With a team exceeding 100 people and continually growing across 3 continents, I’m continuously seeking ways to foster an open, international culture that unites our offices around the globe.

Before turning my focus to technology I competed for Canada as a middle-distance runner (800m, 1500m), setting various provincial records and winning a National Title.

SaaStr Podcast #049: Ryan Fyfe, Founder & CEO @ Humanity On Why It Is All About Facilitating Customer Adoption

Had lot's of fun joining Harry Stebbings on the SaaStr Podcast. Listen in to hear more about - What was the initial spark for starting Humanity How we use data at Humanity to affect the marketing decisions they make with regards to customer acquisition? How I look to integrate customer success into the pre-purchase period to facilitate adoption? How I view free trials with Humanity? How do they A/B test free trials to optimize for conversion? How can startups ensure efficient time to value in a trial period and what is the role of customer success in this?

Android Nexus Tablet Install in 2007 Audi TT

I recently finished the install of a nexus 7 tablet into the dash of my 2007 Audit tt (MK2). I found a ton of helpful information online, but surprisingly all previous installs that I found were using the 2012 version of the Nexus 7, so I wanted to contribute back with how I hopefully improved on the install method of similar installs as well as using the latest 2013 version of the Nexus 7.

Kaizen your habits

Kaizen is a Sino-Japanese word literally meaning "good change". More broadly, Kaizen describes any kind of improvement, whether it is a one-time improvement, several improvements or a system of continuously unfolding improvements. Although Kaizen is used primarily to streamline business operations in Japan, the Western world has taken the concept of Kaizen and applied it to every day life situations, especially the ability to build and maintain good habits. Habits are Good Things! People talk about being "creatures of habit" like habits are embarrassing or unwanted things to have. Unfortunately, habits have gotten a bad...