Few names are better known in the realm of multiplatform games than Unity Technologies. The software developer’s focus on “democratized game development” has primed the pump for independent game producers and led Unity to boast that its technology is already responsible for roughly 70 percent of virtual reality and augmented reality experiences. With few competitors in sight, Unity Technologies CFO Mike Foley says that the developer has begun to leverage a concept dubbed “radical transparency” that aspires to endow every employee with a generous look-see at the financials. Once employees view for themselves the peaks and valleys within the firm’s customer relationships and elsewhere, better decisions can be made at every level, says Foley. Join us when Unity’s finance leader explains how the concept of so-called radical transparency is helping to unify the firm’s strong-minded competitive culture, while continuing to keep its competitors at a distance.
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Guest: Mike Foley, CFO
Company: Unity Technologies
Headquarters: San Francisco, CA