Does the technology your company runs on adequately support your people? How can you tell? If your tech platform needs to be reinforced, where do you start? This white paper provides a people-first roadmap toward solid business technology that works as hard as you do. After reading it, you will have the formula for how to create, care for and feed your human-centric technology platform.
Every business has to grapple with the legacy terror this client was facing: You’ve outgrown a core system, but it’s so intrinsic to daily operations that you just can’t replace it.
A national nonprofit knew it needed to overhaul its online forum and modernize its approach to community building. The organization wanted to get to know its constituents online and in the real world.
A large non-profit organization was gearing up for their 50th Anniversary Board of Directors Meeting and they needed to visually show census growth. Census growth is the metric tied to funding and budget, and they needed to WOW.
It’s the week of Thanksgiving—and teams across the country are starting to slow down and think Turkey! Thanksgiving brings a time of reflection and an opportunity to exercise your gratitude mindset. At Mind Over Machines, we are grateful to have CEO and Founder, Tom Loveland at the helm, because he values and champions innovative workplace…
Well, hello there! How productive were you today? Did you create an AI app before breakfast? Take all the data you have access to and apply machine learning to make some huge business decisions? Welcome to the new way to run a business, according to Microsoft. This week, Microsoft hosted its annual Ignite Conference in…
Recently, our resident bot and human expert, Tim Kulp, sat down for a webinar with ACT-IAC on Customer Experience: Chatbots, AI, and the Future of CX led by Tom Adams of NewWave. Kulp was joined by, Corey Wagner, Deputy Chief Customer Experience for the Environmental Protection Agency and they both shared their thoughts on how…
Enterprise adoption problems are frustrating – and common. Our Chief Delivery Officer Carrie Schuckle has been overseeing development projects from beginning to end for 20 years. She’s well-acquainted with the usual stumbling blocks. “The technology may present challenges to overcome, but the adoption phase is usually the toughest. It’s what makes or breaks a project,” Carrie warns.
When our Director of Strategic Partnerships Mike Rolfes attended a session last year, he knew AGILE needed to tackle artificial intelligence. He connected WTCI’s Chief Innovation Officer Susan Aplin with our VP of Innovation & Strategy Tim Kulp, and the rest, as they say, is history.
Bad News: Businesses are drowning in distributed data. There’s so much to know and – thanks to cloud computing and IoT – it’s so far-flung that a data warehouse could never contain it and static reporting could never convey it. Good News: There are now more tech tools and capabilities than ever before to save our data-saturated souls. Artificial intelligence (AI) is teaming up with business intelligence (BI) to help people manage and effectively use all the data at our disposal.