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Jared Kuehn

The EDM Matchup: Microsoft SQL Server vs. Markit EDM! Choosing the Champion for Your Organization
Monday, November 10, 2014
By: Jared Kuehn  
Markit EDM is a newer Enterprise Data Management solution on the market, and has quickly been receiving accolades about its usefulness, especially in certain industries. Having recently had an opportunity to use Markit EDM, and also having a background of working with Microsoft SQL Server, I address the pros and cons of each solution for the various processes involved in Enterprise Data Management.

Rachael McGill

User Stories versus Use Cases
Friday, November 7, 2014
By: Rachael McGill  
Business Analysts have many tools in their toolbox, including use cases and user stories. But what is the difference between them? Is one better technique better than the other? Learn the pros and cons of each, and when to use which type.

Dan Lorenz

Creating Code Generators
Friday, October 31, 2014
By: Dan Lorenz  
Ever wanted to create your own code generator but didn’t know how to go about it?  Well this blog post can show you how to start generating your own code from existing text or a database!

Andrew Billings

Office Web Apps 2013 – Making SharePoint Look Even Better
Thursday, October 30, 2014
By: Andrew Billings  

Office Web Apps is heavily baked into the Microsoft Cloud stack these days – Office 365, OneDrive, etc. This means Microsoft is investing in this technology, and so should you. Office Web Apps 2013 has a few key advantages that will help bring your SharePoint farm to the next level which include document previews, shorter URLs, avoiding DLLS issues, BYOD compatibility, and integration points with Lync 2013 and Exchange 2013.

Keith Kaufmann

Winning and Serving Your Customers – Are you full of it?
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
By: Keith Kaufmann  
A few months ago I had the opportunity to attend a short presentation given by Hal Becker.   Hal is a best-selling author and writes a regular column for the Business News.  He has an interesting sense of humor and in his Ultimate Sales Book he asks the question:  “Why is CRAP important?”  C-R-A-P is an acronym for Caring Relationships Attitude Passion.  It applies not only to sales and service, but to all we do in life.

Tim Stevenson

Leveraging My Team’s Strengths
Friday, October 24, 2014
By: Tim Stevenson  
In this post we explore a paradigm shift that produces great returns with little cost or investment.  It contains a real-world example that shows the kind of results that can (and will) come about when you leverage your team member’s unique and inherent strengths.

Noreen Eichstaedt

Skills That Make a Great Business Analyst
Friday, October 24, 2014
By: Noreen Eichstaedt  

Are you considering a business analyst career path, and you are wondering what skills you need to be successful?  Are you currently a business analyst and you want to improve your skills?  Read on to see what skills are important to help you become a great business analyst.

Melanie Shefchik

Email Marketing – ExactTarget New Mobile Report
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
By: Melanie Shefchik  

ExactTarget released a new feature this month that takes out the guess work out of what device your emails are being opened on.  With the latest release you can now find a report called Single Email Performance by Device.  This new report allows you to simply pull metrics such as total opens, unique opens and total clicks by device.

Aaron Wirth

Ok Glass, give me some development tips
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
By: Aaron Wirth  
Recently I had the opportunity to do some development on a very pricey pair of glasses. Using the Xamarin platform I dove into Google’s newest mobile device face first and learned a few lessons along the way. This blog is my top 5 useful tid-bits for developing on Google Glass.

Tim Morrow

KPIs – Identifying the True Drivers of Success
Monday, October 13, 2014
By: Tim Morrow  

Skyline recently helped one of our larger enterprise clients complete a pilot Key Performance Indicator (KPI) project. 

Here are some of the helpful principles that emerged from the project that you may want to consider when starting a KPI initiative.

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