Review: Logic Nation Inc

Review: Logic Nation Inc

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Investors beware

Cookeville, TN

#1 Nov 27, 2012
This company seems to still be in the phase of raising investor capital. Though they have listed with the SEC their claims are well over exaggerated. The owner has a background in sales of medical and technology (SAP) recruiting services for Magee Resource Group, a single location franchise of MRI. While past pages on internet archives shows him as a decent sales person that seems to be the extent of his technical education. This means that that while he controls the company, his is far from even walking in the footsteps of the founders of the great companies he often attempts to compare himself to. I am sure he realizes that naive and inexperienced investors will sign on much quicker with this type of sales pitch.
The company is still in an infant stage yet they are already stating this will revolutionize the industry. That is to be seen. Right now if you look at Logicnation.on Alexa.com (site used by my tech professionals) you will see their own web rankings are very low even for a novice non-technology company. More evidence that their ability to make the whole industry take notice is doubtful.
In all fairness; while their president tends to over state the company's status they seem to have hired a staff of fair to middle of the road developers. That said, they company will need a new face at the helm if they ever intend to compete with the hundreds of thousands of others tech. companies.
Jeff Schader

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#2 Jan 22, 2014
The same could have been said about Mark Zuckerberg at the dawn of Facebook. What does some introverted, college student know about social networking? And look where he and Facebook is today.

Should we talk about Steve Jobs? A college student who hardly studied anything that would have mattered (except typography) in regards to the industries he would revolutionize multiple times in his lifetime.

All you need is vision and to surround yourself with people who can execute that vision properly.

A disclaimer: I'm the CEO of a user interface design studio that Logic Nation contracted to re-imagine the look and feel of their service.

I would hardly call us "fair to middle of the road" given our 13-years of design for the world's biggest companies (Microsoft, Intel, Disney, NFL, Bank of America, HP, Yahoo, Warner Bros., Electronic Arts and more).

When Intel wanted to create a graphics control panel, they called us. When Disney wanted to create the front end of their online music store, they called us. When the NFL calls you (us) up and tells you they want to hire you because they've been copying your style for the last 5 years, that says something. It's all there on our website: www.theskinsfactory.com

It doesn't matter where people came from, only where they're going. The tech industry is full of people like this founder, who reached outside of their comfort zone to execute their unique visions. That is what defines America and makes us great.

It's cowardly to sit there and belittle a company (and a man) you don't even know and worse... to do it anonymously.

Jeff Schader
CEO, The Skins Factory

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