We're Hiring ⚡
Start Free Trial
Start Free Trial

Learn from product experts

Gain insights on how teams use airfocus to reduce the complexity of processes as they focus on building the best version of their vision.

Join our weekly webinars with airfocus founder & CPO, Malte Scholz and product experts to learn how companies like Nike and Shopify use airfocus to prioritize collaboratively, create clear roadmaps and align the entire organization with their product strategy, wherever they are.

In under one hour, you’ll learn how product teams and product managers use airfocus to:

• Collaboratively prioritize with stakeholders

• Craft data-informed roadmaps

• Evangelize their product strategy

Customer testimonial

Why product teams
love airfocus

“airfocus helps us make superior decisions and get the right stuff done. No more outdated spreadsheets and unclear roadmaps.”
Philipp BaumgaertelCEO & Product Leader @Cherrydeck
“ From the flexibility of the groups and items to the logic of the architectures, airfocus is a well thought out tool that is easy to grasp and use right away.”
Joakim WissingDirector of Product @Oriflame
See case study →
“The entire team knew we’d be able to build better products with airfocus when we got together to score new product features based on customer value and relative effort”
Jamie HoyleVP of Product @MirrorWeb
“We compared other alternatives, but no option was available for us to use just one software until we found airfocus. Then, everything changed for the better.”
André CardosoProject Manager @Namoa Digital
See case study →
“We were relying on what items felt right to do instead of having an actual process. We needed a tool that help us prioritize, and we chose airfocus for this reason.”
Quentin Cohen SolalProduct Manager @Lemonway
“airfocus is built with the customers in mind, especially the product professional. Intuitive, useful, and fun - There aren`t many products in the market that can do all three well.”
Mandar KarlekarCo-founder & Product Consultant @Product Rocket
See case study →