“Necessity is the mother of invention” is an English-language proverb. It means, roughly, that the primary driving force for most new inventions is a need. Many of us think this way naturally; it is easy for us to think of many different ways to solve a situation. Thank goodness we have entrepreneurs who think like this – they see a need and start figuring out how to solve the problem. Some are true-blue inventors; others are more situational and are great at problem solving between people.
Which one are you? What problem have you solved lately?
My guest today, Sharon Caswell, is just such a thinker. From leading software development programs that have solved problems related to logistics to credit card payment processing, she recently took on wearable technology for horses. As a life-long horse lover and trained as a software engineer. Sharon holds the reins at PonyUp Technologies. Tune in to hear her story of developing a healthcare monitoring systems for equine patients.