posted by Accounts
No matter what business we are in, aren’t we all required to meet some
sort of final deadline, communicate and even manage others? Whether
it’s a deadline of setting up a meeting, planning to attend a years’
worth of trade shows or meeting your personal monthly sales goal for
selling the Iron Gym Ab Strap (As Seen on TV!), we all have milestones
to reach the end and see the light.
Thanks to advances in
technology, we now have tools outside your standard yellow sticky notes
to help us organize, remember, communicate and all-together more easily
reach these milestones and deadlines without missing a beat and while
increasing productivity. And the best part is they are easy to use
anywhere at any time, for business or personal use.
posted by Accounts
TAGS: thundertech, Accounts, marketing, organization, app, apps, reminder, workplace, wunderlist, basecamp, dropbox, reqall
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has been an industry stop for those
in the consumer electronics industry for decades. If you've followed
tech publications for the past several years, you've seen that this show
has morphed into a much more important presence for all things tech,
and then of course for all things marketers must be using to reach their
I decided to make the pilgrimage to Las Vegas in January to see it firsthand.
posted by Development
TAGS: thundertech, marketing, CES, 2012, las vegas, consumer, electronics, show, trade, mobile, social, Media, marketers, 3-D, technology, innovation, apps
Mobile websites, iPhone apps and interactive games are among the few technologies in which thunder::tech flourished this year. Development Manager Bruce Williams reviews the development team's work of 2010 in our second series.
As we retire old man 2010 and bring in the 2011 New Year baby, we should
salute him for the work and achievements done on his watch. If you
wanted a successful business in 2010, you shot for efficiency through
cost cutting, improved process, accountability, customer service and
old-fashioned roll-up-your-sleeves hard work. The businesses that
experienced even more success also looked at their service offerings and
dared to intelligently add more.
I believe the Development team
answered all of those calls. We improved our process for design setup to
HTML as well as our CMS to application building and training. We looked
internally to invest more time and effort on infrastructure. We
released more features and functionality geared specifically towards
improving process and efficiencies to our own in-house enterprise
resource planning system and our suite of Web applications than probably
any year prior.
TAGS: Development, web, Web development, Data, 2010, social plugins, APIs, API, mobile, mobile apps, mobile websites, apps, CMS, HTML, content mangement systems