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Lessons Learned in Product Development from Paulo Neto’s eMLS Success

Our colleagues in Atlanta had the wonderful opportunity to step into the world of competitive gaming as they met, and even got to play against multiple eMLS champion Paulo Neto! Paulo Neto represents Atlanta United and is a renowned eSports athlete Known for his prowess in FIFA. Paulo shared his insights into his journey as […]

Fueling the Developer Experience and Learning Opportunities with Judah Tice

Perficient’s success is defined by our people. Our organization provides colleagues with tools to grow, the ability to determine their own career path, and the opportunity to collaborate with people from around the world. Making these resources a priority throughout the organization opens the door for colleagues to present ideas to continue enhancing available resources […]

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Product-Driven vs. Project-Driven: Your Keys to Success

IT leaders are under constant pressure to improve operations and stay on top of trends in the rapidly evolving world of modern business. In our guide, the ‘VP of IT’s Guide to Transforming Your Business’ we discussed the benefits of adopting a project-driven organization over a product-driven one. In our first blog in this series, […]

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Product-Driven vs. Project-Driven: What’s the Difference?

In today’s dynamic and competitive business landscape, IT Leaders are constantly seeking ways to optimize their operations and stay ahead of the competition. One crucial decision organizations must make is choosing between a project-driven or a product-driven approach for product development. A project-driven approach prioritizes the completion of individual projects, while a product-driven approach prioritizes […]

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12 Lessons Learned while Managing Corporate Innovation

The Road to Managing Corporate Innovation I started out at an ad agency in southern Indiana in 2002. Our clients were interested in technology and our agency helped them find their way. At the same time, I was building the web development and digital strategy team within the agency. We began doing things intentionally with […]

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Taking a Product Development Approach with Sitecore to Maximize Business Impact

As a consultant for over 20 years, I am very familiar with projects. Projects have a scope. They have a schedule. They have a budget. When it comes to Sitecore, it is very tempting to use projects to do everything: A project to stand up the platform. A project to build a site. A project […]

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Get Unstuck When You’re Not the Creative Type

So, you’re not the creative type? I have good news! In 4 Harmful Innovation Myths, I explain that creativity isn’t what most people think it is. In this post, I’ll show you how to use simple lateral thinking tools to break your mental block and get fresh ideas flowing again. Intentionality can force important things […]

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4 Harmful Innovation Myths

Creating a culture of innovation is a fragile effort. It needs to be nurtured and encouraged. If your work culture doesn’t allow for creativity, your organization’s big ideas might pop like a broken lightbulb!

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Amazon Connect, Contact Centers, and the Five Pillars of Effective Customer Engagement

We are excited to announce that Perficient and AWS are partnering to offer an insight-filled, interactive workshop on Amazon Connect on May 25th at noon CDT – register here. This virtual workshop will help transform your thinking around designing contact centers that engage customers through the Five Pillars of Effective Customer Engagement: Customer Support, Analytics, […]

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Define Initial Requirements: Accessibility in the Product Development Lifecycle Part 2 of 4

Read Part 1 of this series here: Plan to be Accessible by Design: Accessibility in the Product Development Lifecycle. Forward-thinking product teams will plan for and implement inclusive user experiences at the start of the design process to achieve better outcomes. More commonly known as Shift Left, this method advocates ‘baking in’ inclusive user experience […]

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Plan to be Accessible by Design: Accessibility in the Product Development Lifecycle Part 1 of 4

Accessible Product Development Starts with Shift Left Using a Shift Left method to improve product development outcomes isn’t new or novel. Shift Left has been adopted for decades to lower software development refactoring time and costs and streamline time to market by testing software earlier in the design process and not just before it ships. […]

Amazon Connect integration with Dynamics Channel Integration Framework

Businesses today empower their agents by minimizing the number of separate applications they need and providing them with relevant customer information at their fingertips. One of the most common ways to achieve this is through integrating telephony systems with Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software. In this blog post, I’ll cover the integration between Amazon Connect […]

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