Are you a recent college grad looking to land that awesome job selling software? Are you an experienced marketing manager looking to make a big career move? Maybe you’re a rock-star developer, looking for the perfect job.Read More
Users and groups are sometimes listed in the same dropdown list. This used to be confusing because it can sometimes be hard to tell the difference between the two. Even worse, on some screens the button said “add user” even though groups were there too.Read More
When you create a chart, we automatically choose colors for the data series. In previous versions of the software, the color palate included colors like red, yellow, and green. This could be confusing because red, yellow, and green are also used to designate performance.Read More
The Spider Strategies development engine keeps pushing forward, and we're excited to announce the release of version 2.8 beta! We've made a lot of great improvements throughout the application, but one of the most welcomed changes will probably be the complete redesign of full-screen Briefing Books.
In previous versions of the software, sending a Briefing Book to full-screen opened a new browser window. Because this content was in a new widow, though, there was no navigation and you couldn't click on an object to drill down to a new screen.Read More
We've put a lot of work into Connect lately, as you've probably noticed from our last three blog posts. There are dozens of new enhancements, like the ability to read from DB2 databases, and the ability to import start/archive dates for scorecard objects.
The biggest change, however, is performance. Connect is now much faster when setting up and running imports. Screens load much more quickly, especially for large data sets.Read More