Enabling all of the stakeholders in a technology project to have a voice, and dramatically streamlining the procurement process, SelectHub helps to eliminate the drivers of the shadow IT problem.
Aaron Elder, co-founder and CEO of Crelate Talent, sees his startup as focusing not just on the technology, but on the human dimension of hiring.
Michael Fauscette, chief research officer at G2 Crowd, has looked extensively at the software the Trump campaign used, and how its software strategy might have helped Trump win the presidential election.
Venkat Devraj, SelectHub CEO, argues that the issue isn’t that one CRM package is good, and another is bad. At issue is the need for the organization to look at technology purchases more holistically, and in a way that’s much more collaborative.
Rob Wilson, president of Employco USA, makes a compelling argument on the importance of the executive team, including the CIO, taking the time to ensure that the employee handbook is everything it needs to be.
Kevin Niblock, president and COO of Software AG North America, explains why CIOs are equipped to understand the “art of the possible,” and move into the CEO role.
Only one in five millennials ranks leadership as a top career goal; they value IT, technical, and interpersonal skills over managerial skills; millennial men are more likely than millennial women to aspire to fill leadership positions.
What is CRMNEXT, an Indian company, getting right, that U.S. CRM software providers have gotten wrong?
Telnyx, a VoIP services provider in Chicago, has its first overseas office in Dublin. Cofounder and COO Ian Reither discusses the choice and the benefits.
Qualys VP of Global Cloud Operations Syamla Bandla talks about her career experiences in Silicon Valley tech companies and what is left to do in hiring diversity.
Too many companies focus on buying and implementing technology without understanding that for the investment to pay off, leaders need to instill a corporate culture with core values, says Miller Ingenuity CEO Steven L. Blue.
A conversation with Dr. Brendesha Tynes, creator of Rate My Media, a crowdsourced rating site focused on equity and inclusion in media.
Author Jim Whiddon says technology might be handicapping young people’s social and professional skills.
The recent scandal at Wells Fargo could have been prevented if the right CRM system had been in place.
The idea behind ClearMetal came from time spent in a Stanford Business School immersion program at OOCL, a giant ocean shipping line in Hong Kong.
The economic impact of being behind your peer group in digital is huge.
While he didn’t need CodeFights to get a job, landing a cool job in San Francisco would have been tough for a guy in Chattanooga without that lead.
Revature works with about 300 individuals this year, placing them in software engineering jobs, and it expects to at least double that number next year.