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Karin Nauth Shelley

Karin Nauth Shelley heads up Belatrix's Global Marketing team, focusing on the firm's branding, communications, customer engagement, thought leadership, and lead generation and nurturing initiatives. Her professional background is a fusion of management consulting, customer research and technology consulting, and strategic marketing. Though Boston is home for Karin, she has lived and worked on both US coasts, including the Bay Area, and lived in the Caribbean as well as South America. Karin has a B.A. in Psychology from Boston University as well as an MBA with a marketing concentration from Simmons School of Management, both in Boston, Massachusetts in the US.
Karin's Posts

The Business Impact of Attrition

By  on February 7, 2014


Everest Group recently came out with a report looking at the business impact of attrition.  That got me thinking naturally of the business impact of attribution on software R&D. Everest’s […]


GigaOm report shows “How to unlock the promise of agile in the enterprise”

By  on January 17, 2014

In:Agile |Business

Belatrix Software was honored to be included in analyst firm,  GigaOm‘s,  research report, “How to Unlock the Promise of Agile in the Enterprise.”  Rich Morrow interviewed Belatrix Co-Founder, Alex Robbio, to […]


Kernel Tells Why Belatrix is their Agile Co-Innovation Partner

By  on December 12, 2013

In:Agile |Innovation

 We thrive on hearing how clients benefit from co-innovation with Belatrix Software.   Sometimes though, our client collaborations are so secret, that even our most long-standing, and happy clients, aren’t […]


Gartner’s next generation picture

By  on November 11, 2013

In:Software Product Development

Your car is parked in that super expensive parking garage. It’s late and the sun is going down. The parking garage across the street, analyzing sensor data on the sunlight, […]


Technology Innovation at the Center of eLearning and edTech Growth

By  on September 30, 2013

In:Innovation |Nearshore |Software Product Development

The Education sector is on a course for radical transformation and software and technology innovation is at the center of eLearning disruption. This is already extremely evident from the success […]


How to Build a Winning Agile Development Team

By  and on August 28, 2013

In:Agile |Software Product Development

There’s no question that Agile development concepts are here to stay, but just saying that a project is being done “with Agile methodologies” isn’t the same as true Agile development.  […]


Do You Want to Be a Software Developer or a Millionaire?

By  and on August 6, 2013

In:Software Product Development

The following is a guest post created in collaboration with Steve Mezak, CEO at Accelerance.  When I first started out as a software developer fresh with a degree and a […]


Mobile apps enrich Smart TV in Gartner future of TV prediction

By  on June 5, 2013

In:Android |Consumer Electronics |Gartner Research |Smart TVs

Principal Research Analyst, Paul O’Donovan, of Gartner recently hosted a rather interesting session, The Secret Life of the TV – Hidden Trends, Crouching Technologies.  The session looks at the future of Smart […]


10 reasons for why great new product development ideas go nowhere

By  on April 4, 2013

In:Agile |Innovation |New product development |NPD |R&D Labs |Testing

I was recently doing some research on new product development (NPD) and came across an excellent blog from Ian McAllister.  Ian (as the blog notes) runs Amazon’s worldwide Wish List […]


Innovate from obscurity – NSF e-Design scientist looks at software innovation

By  on January 7, 2013

In:Design |Innovation

I’m always on the look out for interesting innovation content.  It’s certainly a professional quest.  I believe that as a software partner, it’s imperative that Belatrix enable its client’s innovation […]


Windows 8 – Gartner weighs in on factors you should consider.

By  on December 24, 2012

In:Mobile Apps |Windows 8 Development

Walking through Boston’s Prudential Mall last night, I was drawn like a moth to a flame to the new Microsoft store at the crossroads of the center.  What struck me […]