Are You Ready for the Intelligent Workplace?

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Are You Ready for the Intelligent Workplace?

For hundreds of years, paper was the medium of choice for storing and transmitting information. 
We designed our workplaces around the fact that people had to be physically located with the information they needed.

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Getting Started with Machine Learning: 3 Things Marketers Need to Know

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Getting Started with Machine Learning: 3 Things Marketers Need to Know

The buzz surrounding machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) in the consumer world has rapidly bled over into the enterprise.

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How Digital Is Changing Appetites for Restaurant Experiences

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

How Digital Is Changing Appetites for Restaurant Experiences

For anyone who likes to eat, Mike Wior is somewhat of a hero.
Wior is the CEO and co-founder of Omnivore, a San Francisco Bay Area startup that wants to improve the customer restaurant experience by integrating restaurant focused apps and point of sale (POS) systems into a unified

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Why Brands Should Learn to Tell Better Stories

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Why Brands Should Learn to Tell Better Stories

Part one of a two-part series.
The art of engaging with users using your own brand’s story is, appropriately, known as brand storytelling.
It shouldn’t be confused with the story of how a brand was established or the hardships you faced when you just started. 

Developing Strong Brand Images

Instead,

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Evergage Trolls Adobe Summit in Las Vegas

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Evergage Trolls Adobe Summit in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS — Enterprise technology companies sometimes revert to passive-aggressive mentions of their competitors, usually leaving out names.
Evergage’s tactics here outside the Venetian Hotel during fellow MarTech provider Adobe’s annual digital marketing conference were nowhere near passive … just a whole lot aggressive.

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