• Best Places to Work

    If you haven't seen our home page, the Washington Business Journal recently just voted us one of the "Top 50 Best Places to Work." And there's even better news. At their awards breakfast last Friday they announced that we were #3 in the small business category. I know I, personally, couldn't agree more, but it's nice to see that others agree!

  • All automated demos done (finally!)

    With the addition of the Scoreboard overview, I'm finally done with all of the automated demos. I recommend checking them out - they give a pretty good informal overview of what the software is all about.

  • Are you looking to take your career to the next step? Do you have the education and experience needed to land that dream job, but feel unsure about your interview skills? Here's the secret you'll need to ace that interview.

    The fundamental approach I use when interviewing a candidate, and one that has never failed me, is what I call the Airport Test. Basically, it goes like this. Picture yourself stuck in the airport, sitting at the gate, waiting for your flight that's delayed, probably for hours. You grab your Blackberry and return a few emails, make a few calls, trying to make good use of the downtime. But there's only so much you can do, and besides, the woman sitting next to you wants to talk.

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  • New Reporting Demo

    I've added a reporting automated demo to the products overview page. It's a little long, but that's because it covers a good chunk of the new reporting functionality. If you haven't seen reporting in CMS yet, it's a must-see.

  • New automated demos on website

    For a little while now we've had an automated tour on our website that takes you through a quick overview of the CMS application. Because it's been so popular, we've decided to add more in-depth automated tours for each of the modules in CMS.

    I just finished with the Strategy Maps demo, making it the fourth one available. You can check it out on our poducts page, but be sure to scroll down to the bottom of the page because I'm working from the bottom up. Only three more to go!