bleeding edge (adj.)

Products or technology so speculative, unfinished, and/or likely to cause physical harm that they belong in a Pynchon novel, not in the hands of paying customers. Or, when used by PR flacks and lazy tech reporters, a synonym for “slightly updated”.

Online has indeed delivered at the bleeding edge of innovation with specialist digital metrics.

The douchebag who said this probably also said challenge, go-live (adj.), or leapfrog.