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Modern SharePoint, while still flexible in many ways, removes the ability to fully customize the look and feel of the site and leaves many companies wondering, “How do I make the modern SharePoint reflect my brand?”
“So, how did we do?” It’s a question marketers often ask each other at the end of a campaign. And, although it’s a good a question, we don’t always get the answer we had hoped for. A list of metrics, important Key Performance Indicators, or even something as promising as the number of new leads generated can leave our stakeholders surprised, confused, or worse--unsure if we did our job. What does it all mean?
Where do you start? Everyone usually wants to jump in the water and start building right away. But, build what? And why? These are critical questions that will help you compile a roadmap for your project.
It can seem like change is the only constant in today’s business environment. The pressures of globalization, technological innovation, and competition continually drive the need for transformation across the organization.
For many organizations, the ticking of the countdown clock for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance is growing louder as the May 25th deadline approaches. While many of the world’s largest brands have made huge strides toward compliance, most businesses still have significant progress to make.
Accessibility is a philosophy that ensures a wide range of people are able to comprehend the content we create for businesses — even if they do not all access and experience the information in same way. But creating accessible websites is not always easy.
Think about how you, as a consumer, make an online purchase. You probably know what you want and may have a product category in mind that fits your need. However, there are likely many different products available.
GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, requires businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens for transactions that occur within the EU. It is a result of 4 years of work by the EU parliament due to the inadequacy of older rules, such as the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles 2000 and Privacy Shield agreements of July 2016. Unlike its predecessors, GDPR recognizes the importance of privacy in the current era as well as the likelihood of a future cashless society. It was created with the idea that “identity is the new currency in our world.”
How does a manufacturing organization deploy a corporate digital strategy without turning its business upside down? For large, enterprise organizations, it makes sense to start with your biggest pain point. In other words, what part of the organization has the most opportunity to improve and impact your go-to-market efficiency? Let's evaluate an enterprise B2B through four distinct lenses: (1) Operations, (2) Customer Interface, (3) Business Processes, and (4) Data Access.
Trade shows are the perfect opportunity to mingle with customers and prospects, soak in thought leadership, and bring home an avalanche of new leads and potentially win new business. If you’re planning to exhibit at an industry event, all of these benefits are possible. Unfortunately, it’s easy to miss out on most of these opportunities and watch helplessly as your ROI plummets if you don’t prepare properly.
How does a manufacturing organization deploy a corporate digital strategy without turning its business upside down? For large, enterprise organizations it makes sense to start with your most significant pain point. In other words, what part of the organization has the most opportunity to improve and impact your go-to-market efficiency? Let’s evaluate an enterprise B2B through four distinct lenses: (1) Operations, (2) Customer Interface, (3) Business Processes, and (4) Data Access.
The beauty and promise of the cloud is its scalability, always-on availability, better security, and streamlined workflows for your team. However, the real value will never be realized without the right migration strategy, implementation, and ongoing optimization.
How does a manufacturing organization deploy a corporate digital strategy without turning its business upside down? For large, enterprise organizations it makes sense to start with your biggest pain point. In other words, what part of the organization has the most opportunity to improve and impact your go-to-market efficiency? Let’s evaluate an enterprise B2B through four distinct lenses: (1) Operations, (2) Customer Interface, (3) Business Processes, and (4) Data Access.
How does a manufacturing organization deploy a corporate digital strategy without turning its business upside down? Where is the best place to start? How long will this take and what’s the price tag? How much revenue lift can I expect? At Trellist, we get asked these questions on a frequent basis from our clients. The answer, as you probably expect, is “it depends.”
The case for a robust discovery process before beginning design/development projects: Imagine a house that’s beautiful from the outside but, once you cross the threshold, you find the floorplan is all wrong, the rooms are too small, and the windows are too high to reach. It takes time and thought to develop the layout and “experience” of those interiors so that they meet the expectations and needs of the people who enter. No matter how spectacular the exterior is, if the internal experience doesn’t deliver, the whole thing is a failure.
Millennials are a growing segment of consumers—making up more than a quarter of the US population—thus forcing marketers to change their game in order to stay ahead. They’ve completely reshaped the marketplace. Check out some of our best tips for keeping up with these 83.1 million consumers:
A big mistake that people make when creating websites is that they separate the visual design efforts from the UX (User Experience) and content development. They see visual design as putting paint on a finished piece of pottery—something you do at the end to make it look pretty. This approach is missing the power that visual design has to engage users with a website’s narrative.
LinkedIn recently got a fresh new look. The social networking site says it’s the largest redesign since its inception. The company hopes users will find the new design more intuitive and easier to use. LinkedIn claims users were apparently “overwhelmed” by the old design.
SharePoint’s look and feel out of the box and can often leave much to be desired, leading to low adoption rates across an enterprise. What differentiates a SharePoint site that is hard to navigate and underutilized from one that truly impacts collaboration and productivity is great design and user interface/user experience (UI/UX) work.
Mobile device use is increasing at a staggering rate. People are more connected than ever, and by 2018, Internet traffic from wireless and mobile devices will surpass traffic from wired devices. Because of this, IT architects must consider all of these mobile devices and their users when planning environments that will deliver and exchange critical business data.
Imagine attending a corporate meeting or conference, and all you need for managing check-in and registration is your mobile phone or tablet. Consider the power of never having to squint again to view an overstuffed presentation slide from your seat in the back of the room, because you can follow along to more compelling, real-time presentation content on your own device. Or imagine yourself as the presenter – with the ability to get instant feedback from an audience half a world away.
Over the last few years many businesses have moved aspects of their business operations to cloud computing. It offers many advantages, including potential cost savings. However, there are also significant risks associated with cloud computing. So what are some of the factors that companies should be aware when evaluating cloud computing, and how do you mitigate the risks associated with it?
With the latest economic news, CTOs and CIOs are once again seeking opportunities for short term cost savings. Outsourcing critical services to specialized vendors has been a favorite strategy of the CIO under pressure to reduce costs and improve service. Now CMOs are looking to steal a page from their business team rivals. Progressive [...]
One of the main obstacles we encounter when beginning a new eLearning project at leading organizations is outdated infrastructure and equipment. We find ourselves (out of necessity) developing alternative approaches to what should be an intriguing, dynamic learning experience.
While there are many different approaches to managing application development projects…. Agile development is an approach that emphasizes teamwork, collaboration and adaptability. This method can be a good choice for projects where flexibility and time-to-market are the primary considerations.
Software development involves many different stages of development before the application is deployed. This process, however, does not end after deployment. Regardless of how well the application is designed, coded, and tested there are situations that can and do cause errors to occur in the application. For example, if the database server [...]