January 1, 2020 by Matt Zentz
I finally saw Hamilton this past weekend and was awestruck by the talent, choreography, music, and especially the story - which is really the whole point of the production. The story of Alexander Hamilton is truly inspiring, as is the story of his widow, Eliza, after his death. If you haven't had a chance to see the musical I recommend you find a way. The characters and their music bring diverse cultural influences into the fray that weave in and out like a warm, comfortable quilt.
So I begin the new year with fresh inspiration and a well thought out plan to follow. With the start of a new decade upon us (or is it?), I have this gut feeling that it's going to be a breakout year for Marketpath. I know that sounds cliché but we've done so much work to get to this point. Our platform now packs more benefits than most digital marketing agencies need.
Of course, we do have grand plans for new features so I'll lay these out below.
We try not to plan our product more than 6 months ahead because priorities can change quickly. But here are some potential features we'll be adding.
Every year we take one or two not-for-profits under our belts to design, develop, and implement a new website. Typically these are provided at no cost to the not-for-profit. Here are a few new programs we are adding in 2020 to give more.
Company plans are much less sexy than new product features and charitable contributions but they can have significant impact on everything. Here are a few highlights of our bigger moves.
Matt Zentz launched Marketpath from a small Broad Ripple bungalow in February 2001 with a focus on custom web application development. He built the first, basic version of a hosted CMS called Webtools and shortly afterward expanded his team and created the first version of Marketpath CMS.
Matt has worked for a national consulting firm, taught computer programming to high school juniors and seniors , and led the information technology arm of the auxiliary business units at Indiana University.
Matt graduated from Indiana University in 1999 with a B.S. in Computer Science and has built custom web applications since 1995. Matt is husband to an amazing & supportive wife, has three beautiful children, and supreme master to Archimedes (Archie) the dog. He coaches various kid sports, enjoys building furniture, and plays guitar and piano. Matt is very active within his church community and several area not-for-profits.