Software Operations/HR

  • How An Engineering Team At A 125+ Person SaaS Company Transformed With OKRs
    How An Engineering Team At A 125+ Person SaaS Company Transformed With OKRs

    The OKR framework is generating a lot of buzz in the tech industry. For marketing software company Influitive, the process of implementing OKRs has been transformative across every team and department.

  • Building A Marketing Technology Stack
    Building A Marketing Technology Stack

    The list of technologies that enterprise-level organizations leverage continues to grow. Each department has platforms that are essential to their jobs. Seemingly, a new technology emerges every day that purports to change the game and unlock the next level of performance. Marketing is no different. The technology landscape is increasingly crowded.

  • To Build Or Buy An Enterprise Technology Solution
    To Build Or Buy An Enterprise Technology Solution

    Firms seeking enterprise-grade sales enablement solutions that include data aggregation and selective distribution controls first have a questions to answer: Should they custom-build internally or partner with an external vendor? his whitepaper reveals why enterprises need not wait to access a technology platform they can call their own and why they no longer have to undertake massive, capital-consuming development efforts to do so.

  • There’s Embedded, And Then There’s “Embedded”
    There’s Embedded, And Then There’s “Embedded”

    Not all embedded BI is created equal, so we decided to unpack the term and identify the types of embedded BI you might encounter on the market. What brand of embedded BI best suits your business needs?

  • Decision Tree: Build Or Buy?
    Decision Tree: Build Or Buy?

    The age-old question: should we build that technology ourselves, or should we buy a preexisting version of it? That all depends on your business needs, which can be tricky to tease out. There are loads of articles out there on the build vs. buy debate, but why spend time on a long-form read when you can zip through a decision tree?

  • Datasheet: Exago BI - Ad Hoc Reporting, Dashboards, And Analytics
    Datasheet: Exago BI - Ad Hoc Reporting, Dashboards, And Analytics

    If your application needs to accommodate non-technical users, power users, and everyone in between, you’re in the right place. Exago BI pairs award-winning ease of use with advanced functionality while giving you ultimate control over user experience.

  • Exago BI - Ad Hoc Reporting, Dashboards, And Analytics
    Exago BI - Ad Hoc Reporting, Dashboards, And Analytics

    If your application needs to accommodate non-technical users, power users, and everyone in between, you’re in the right place. Exago BI pairs award-winning ease of use with advanced functionality while giving you ultimate control over user experience.

  • Data Science And Embedded BI

    Senior Software Developer Dave Killough and VP of Product Development and Delivery Tom Gimpel of SofterWare about the data science behind their nonprofit fundraising platform, DonorPerfect. We find out what sorts of experiments they run, what insights they’ve uncovered, and how they use embedded BI to pass that value on to their clients.

  • Escaping Spreadsheet Hell

    We follow data whisperer Jen Stirrup through the circles (rectangles?) of spreadsheet hell, learning how companies find their way there and what they must to do escape. Protip: put an executive in the lead if you want to make it out at all.

  • The Scalable CEO

    We bring on three-time entrepreneur and Exago CEO Mike Brody to discuss management strategy with Les Trachtman, six-time CEO successor and author of "Don't F**k It Up: How Founders and Their Successors Can Avoid the Clichés That Inhibit Growth." Being good at founding software startups doesn’t necessarily make you good at scaling them, but some smart tactical decisions can help you make the transition.

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