trackvia.com

2017-11-19T09:29:36-06:00

Challenge: Develop a new corporate website to reflect TrackVia's narrowed business focus around workflow management. Given a one-month deadline for completion of the new website. Solution: Led and managed the development of a brand new website, using a non-traditional approach to launch it in a very aggressive time frame. Strategically planned for how the website [...]

Citizen Developer white paper

2017-11-19T09:29:55-06:00

Challenge: To promote its low-code application platform, TrackVia decided to captialize on analyst firm, Gartner's, 2011 prediction that 25 percent of business applications would be built by Citizen Developers. Solution: Worked closely with a third-party public relations firm to conduct primary research intended to show how Citizen Developers will disrupt the corporate landscape, and how being [...]

6 Reasons to Ditch Your Spreadsheets

2017-11-19T09:30:05-06:00

Challenge: Present ordinary Excel spreadsheets as having their place in business, while pointing out their weaknesses, including a lack of data integrity, weak security features, and limited reporting and workflow features. Solution: Wrote an e-book called 6 Reasons to Ditch Your Spreadsheets... and Make the Move to a DIY Application. Showed a side-by-side comparison of spreadsheets vs. [...]

Analysis Paralysis white paper

2017-11-19T09:31:50-06:00

Challenge: Create a new piece of marketing content that discusses how business projects can fall into a state a of analysis paralysis, and position online application platforms as a viable solution. Solution: Wrote a white paper titled Analysis Paralysis: How to prevent data from crippling your business. Presented online application platforms as being less prone [...]

Citizen Developer infographic

2017-11-19T09:30:15-06:00

Challenge: Re-purpose an existing piece of thought leadership as an in-booth display at a technology conference. Solution: Used graphics from the TrackVia white paper, The Citizen Developer: The next generation worker, and created a 24" x 36" infographic. The infographic was laminated, mounted on foam core and displayed on an easel in the company's exhibitor [...]

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