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Callie Jones

My name is Callie and I'm the digital marketing manager at Perficient. I spend most of my days managing Perficient's online and social media presence, which includes Perficient's IBM, Microsoft and Oracle practices. I came to Perficient through the acquisition of PointBridge in February 2012, where I was the content marketing specialist. Prior to that, I spent three years at Hubbard One, a Thomson Reuters business, marketing software and services to law firms. I grew up in Minnesota and graduated from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities with a degree in journalism and mass communications. Like most Minnesotans, I have an affinity for the state and it’s summers.

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Two thumbs up for IBM Vision 2013

Jim Miller, a senior solutions architect here at Perficient, attended IBM’s conference Vision 2013 last week. Jim highlighted the sessions he attended during his three days at the conference, and as you can read, he enjoyed every minute of it! To read Jim’s full blog post, including overviews and take-aways of the sessions he attended, click […]

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Opening Session Recap from IBM Exceptional Web Experience 2013

Glenn Kline, Director here at Perficient, is attending IBM Exceptional Web Experience 2013 and listened in on the opening general session lead by Larry Bowden, Vice President of Portals and Digital Experience Software. Glenn said, “The session focused on IBM’s digital experience direction and how various technologies and concepts are converging today. Mobile, content and rich media, analytics, […]

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Webinar: Transforming Patient Engagement Using Oracle Solutions

Yesterday, I posted a blog on one of our upcoming webinars taking place February 20, Transforming Healthcare through Patient Engagement Using Oracle Solutions. The webinar will demo how Oracle WebCenter Suite, Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition and Oracle Health Information Exchange create and provide a unique view into an “e-patient” experience. To read the full blog […]

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Webinar: Transforming Healthcare through Patient Engagement

Healthcare patients spend less than one percent of their life within the walls of a healthcare facility. Yet, more than 99 percent of their life that determines if they return to or maintain their health is spent outside of healthcare facilities. Forward thinking healthcare providers recognize this and realize that active, engaged patients are more […]

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5 Guiding Principles of a Successful Center of Excellence (CoE)

A Center of Excellence (CoE), sometimes referred to as a “competency or capability center”, is typically a small team within an organization working cross-functionally to build on the organizations past experiences to avoid reinventing the wheel after each project. A few ways the CoE accomplishes this is by: Providing leadership Best practice knowledge share Offering […]

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Migrating an Oracle Hyperion Planning Application: an Overview

Chris Dunn, lead technical consultant at Perficient, recently wrote a blog post on how to migrate an Oracle Hyperion Planning application. His blog provides a single, concise process for migrating EPMA enabled Planning applications between two spearated environments. He makes a few assumptions during the process, but details them and the Oracle specific references he used. The […]

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The US Electronic Medical Record System Gets a Makeover

Chris Hayes, solution architect at Perficient, recently posted a blog on the UI redesign of the US Electronic Medical Records System (EMS). In November 2012, the White House announced a challenge to redesign the US EMS. Here’s a snipit from Chris’s blog post: Last November a design challenged was proposed by the White House – […]

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IBM Connections Metrics at Connect 2013

In today’s marketplace, metrics and analytics play a key role in helping businesses understand and define how to they interact with their customers and employees. Glenn Kline, Perficient technical director and Connect 2013 attendee, went to the session “Getting the Most Value Out of Metrics in IBM Connections 4” while at the conference this week. The session […]

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Live from IBM Connect | Part II

Day four of IBM Connect has come and is almost gone. While the attendees get ready for their evening plans, we can reflect on what they experienced today. And not just from Mike Porter this time, but Technical Director Glenn Kline and Director Mark Polly too. Here’s what they have for us: IBM Connect: Engaging Users […]

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Live from IBM Connect | Part I

Mike Porter, a principal at Perficient, is attending IBM Connect this week and keeping us updated on the latest and greatest happenings around the conference. Even on day 2, he’s attended a number of sessions and shared his thoughts and takeaways. To avoid an information overload, Mike’s broken up a few of yesterday’s presentations, including […]

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EditLive Now in Beta for IBM Connections

Mark Polly, director at Perficient, recently published a blog featuring a video that showcases the benefits and features of Ephox’s EditLive. EditLive is a web-based text editor included in IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Manager. It’s also now in Beta for IBM Connections. EditLive brings lots of great features to people who create […]

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Create a Security Plan with Oracle Hyperion Financial Management

Cris Dunn, project manager at Perficient, recently wrote a blog on Oracle Hyperion Financial Management (HFM) and the separation of duties between application administrative functionality and systems administration functionality. For new implementations, the Oracle Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) suite of products brings a new regimen of security terminology, often times making auditors cringe. Historically, Financial […]

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Virtual Cube: What to Consider with Your Next TM1 Implementation

Author: Jim Miller “For a long time relational models have supported the ability to create virtual tables known as “views” to provide a mechanism that allows developers to customize how their users can logically view data stored in base tables. There is a similar concept in Cognos TM1 known as “virtual cubes”. A virtual cube […]

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Cognos TM1 and SPSS Forecasting and Reporting

Author: Jim Miller, Senior Project Leader, Perficient In this post by Jim Miller, he highlights the business benefits from the forecasting and reporting systems implemented to Cognos TM1. Jim also goes into detail about how IBM SPSS can be leveraged to create a “continually learning time based predictive forecasting model.” View Jim’s full post here

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SharePoint Fest Chicago 2012: Preparing for SharePoint 2013

Author: Amy Smith, Senior Project Manager, Perficient Dynamic!  That is how I would describe Dan Holme, MVP.  Dan’s presentation at SharePoint Fest Chicago 2012 was, “Preparing for SharePoint 2013”.  Dan travels the world doing SharePoint projects, and his most recent was the Summer Olympics in London.  During his presentation, Dan went through all of the changes […]

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SharePoint Fest 2012: Going Social

Author: Amy Smith, Senior Project Manager, Perficient SharePoint Fest Chicago, held September 25-27, included sessions by industry experts and implementation leaders from the user community.  One of the user sessions was entitled, “Going Social – Nalco’s Journey”.  Daniel Flynn gave an excellent presentation on the process Nalco went through to define, plan and implement their […]

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SharePoint Fest Chicago 2012: Empowering Reluctant Project Managers with SharePoint 2013

Author: Amy Smith, Senior Project Manager, Perficient Well, I liked Dux Raymond Sy’s Keynote address so much at SharePoint Fest 2012 that I attended his session titled, “7 Ways to Empower Reluctant Project Managers with SharePoint 2013”.  Dux is the author of “SharePoint for Project Managers” and has a PMP certification.  But, most of the […]

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SharePoint Fest Chicago 2012: Keynote Recap

Author: Amy Smith, Senior Project Manager, Perficient SharePoint Fest Chicago was held September 25-27.  I attended the keynote address, “Revolutionize Your Organization with SharePoint 2013”.  The speaker was the dynamic Dux Raymond Sy, an MVP/PMP and author of “SharePoint for Project Management.”  Dux walked us through how SharePoint 2013 provides organizations with answers for the […]

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IBM and Perficient Partner with the Macaroni Grill to Improve Business Analytics

This webinar is now available for on-demand download here. Perficient will teamed up with Romano’s Macaroni Grill to present a retail analytics case study webinar on Leveraging Analytics for Decision Support and Improved Performance. The Macaroni Grill, a leader in upscale, casual dining with more than 220 locations, is going beyond basic financial reporting and using Perficient’s […]

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SharePoint as a Platform in a Highly Regulated, Clinical Research Environment

Last week, Perficient presented a webinar on using SharePoint as a platform in a highly regulated environment. Tony Egl, consulting services director and Jason Bell, consulting services senior technical director—both at Perficient—presented a case study that leverages SharePoint 2010 to bring clinical processes out of a paper environment and into an electronic, auditable environment. This provided the client the ability […]

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