March 29, 2018
You’re losing out by not having a Client Portal
In a fast-paced, connected world, how can companies keep their clients engaged and satisfied? Even if your business model is selling fungible, disposable widgets, customers look for two-way conversations about their experiences. This is even more true for companies that provide professional services. Clients need to know you’ll provide support when needed, yet live support […]
March 29, 2018
Big Benefits of Mobile Workforce Apps
People resist change, even when it’s good. This is especially true when working routines and tools change. Field staffers are no exception; they’re constantly on the go, so they need for their productivity tools to be seamless and easy. This is where well-designed mobile workforce apps can really help.
March 23, 2018
Tips for Using Salesforce Record Types
Many companies use Salesforce not only for sales-related CRM but also for managing disparate business processes. Salesforce record types can help administrators fine-tune their orgs and manage business processes for different users effectively. Sometimes, administrators go a little overboard with custom record types. Even after reading the documentation, it can help to see how other […]
March 22, 2018
Writing Software Requirements 101
Writing software requirements should be easy, right? Right? Of course we know exactly what we need and can tell you exactly what the software should do. Unfortunately, it’s not always so easy. Writing software requirements well takes detailed, deep thought about business requirements. It also takes clear communication between the people who will use the software […]
March 7, 2018
Blue in the face: Is my software development team listening to me?
Is your software development team listening to you? Good project communication helps prevent costly rework and ensures that product owners and development teams understand each other. We don’t speak the same language, even if we’re both speaking English. We all know that feeling of frustration when we’re trying to communicate and just not getting through. […]