About

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You need an efficiency connoisseur

Over 11 years as a manager and an in-house product owner at a SaaS startup have given me robust knowledge of the most cutting-edge software on the market.

But here's the single most important thing I've learned:

Even the fanciest software is useless if your workflow is sloppy, your team disorganized, or your project poorly managed.

That's where I come in.

My job is to translate chaos into order. I take the 328 tasks on your plate and narrow them down into concrete, step-by-step processes that propel you forward.

I create maximally efficient workflow systems using the best tools for your needs.

You waste 0.0 minutes on inefficiency, so you can get more done in far less time.

No more:

        Time suck. Forget wasting hours and hours (and hours) trying to figure out which ESP to use.

​        Energy suck. Say goodbye to tracking everything manually, or with 37 disjointed apps.

        Money suck. Stop limiting your capacity to scale. Inefficiency costs you REAL money.

When you work with me, you:

        Save time. Get your perfect workflow solution without having to spend any time researching.

        Save energy. Automate everything so you're free to ponder, say, the enigma of time.

        Save money. Take on more clients and generate more revenue with ease.

Take your business to the next level. And then take it one step further.

The secret of getting ahead is getting started

"The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and starting on the first one."

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Principles that guide my work, and life

Reliability

I stand behind my words. If I've committed to anything from a coffee date to a work deadline, you know I'll be there right on time. Or 5 minutes early.

Assertiveness

You know those people who sit around and wait for the other guy to do stuff that's not officially their job? Not moi. I believe in taking initiative. If there's a task that needs to be done, I do it. Without stepping on anyone's toes...

Resourcefulness

Finding the information you're missing is just as important as what you already know. Reading, asking questions, and taking action are just how I am.

Learning from doing

My philosophy? If I don't know how to swim, I'll jump into the deep end and doggy paddle. I know (or pray) I'll be swimming in no time.

Responsibility

Taking ownership of my choices, my words, and my work keeps me in check not only as a project manager, but also—and more importantly—as a person.

Communication

Any good relationship—personal or professional—requires good communication. Conveying your thoughts, being receptive to feedback, and avoiding misunderstandings are  key.

Transparency

Information is power only if you share it. The more we both know, the better the chances we'll have of coming up with a great end result.

Collaboration

A business is only as strong as its team. A fantastic, well-run team will lead to a far richer outcome than the sum of its individual parts.

Just SOME of the tools and apps in my arsenal

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Professional & knowledgeable

Irit is extremely professional, highly knowledgeable in state-of-the-art web technologies and a great person to work with.

She was responsible for project specification, project management, new feature introduction and on going QA.

I strongly recommend her as for product management, project management or team leading roles in web development projects.

Tzvika Stein

Software Outsourcing

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Ready to make your life easier?