How do you know which marketing metrics matter in a multi-channel world? nonlinear CEO Shannon Ryan and nonlinear digital VP Molly Anglin tackled the topic during this 30 minute webinar.
By John Revay and Antoine Rulliere
The evolution from the waterfall methodology, characterized by autonomous development and siloed department decisions, to a more iterative process embracing the [...]
Increasing productivity through optimized organizational processes is a key tenant of all organizations looking to stay relevant in today’s constantly evolving business world. Finding ways to cut the amount of time and effort involved in completing project work is becoming even more crucial, as companies in all industries begin to strive for “lean” structure and [...]
I thought I’d share some of the internal goings-on at nonlinear digital as Sitecore 7 gains momentum. We had 3 of our 4 MVPs attend Sitecore’s MVP Summit last week, and then this past Friday, members of the nonlinear digital team came together for a workshop focused entirely on Sitecore 7.
Oftentimes, our clients will ask us about the possibility of using Sitecore for an intranet or SharePoint for a public-facing website. While the idea of using one technology solution to solve both problems sounds promising, there are many things you should consider before limiting yourself. We have put together 5 observations based on our experience and [...]
Your organization has made the tough and expensive decision to move your website onto a new content management system. You worked through the procurement process, hired a certified partner to help with the deployment and now – four to six months later – you don’t seem to be making the kind of progress you expected. [...]
By Shawn Crabtree and John Revay
Big Data and government: what’s already being done
Government entities and intergovernmental organizations have already begun to use Big Data to guide their activities, as evidenced by the work of the UN’s Global Pulse initiative, which was launched in response to the need for more timely information to track and monitor the impacts of socio-economic [...]
If you do a quick search for higher education and Big Data, the majority of the results will focus on how institutions are analyzing these massive data sets as a way of personalizing the student experience, course offerings, instruction methods, etc., but you’ll find little on how this new phenomenon can help in refining an [...]
In our latest Google+ Hangout, account reps Matthew Thompson and John Revay talked about considerations and myths surrounding cloud adoption in the enterprise. Matt and John observed that there are still myths that persist about “going to the cloud” and offered up a few ideas on better ways to get there.
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