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Using UX Principles to Solve Enterprise Software Challenges

Let’s talk about Jane. She’s a typical enterprise software user. An employee of a fortune-500 company, Jane works in the Human Resources department as a recruiter. Her daily responsibilities include managing leads, contacting potential employees, taking notes on their interviews, and managing a set of employees for whom she’s responsible. Every morning, Jane sits down […]

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Cut through the clutter with optimized knowledge management.

What is Knowledge Management?

The term “Knowledge Management” can carry a variety of definitions depending on the context. For us at Premier Logic, Knowledge Management (KM) is all about capturing your existing content and delivering it to users in a way that allows them to be more successful. For example: If I need to write a Statement Of Work […]

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PL In The News – MeetAdvisors edition!

This feature highlights what other people are saying about Premier Logic. To see the rest of PL In The News, click here. MeetAdvisors is a Chicago-based advisory firm that specializes in helping startups get off the ground. They have been featured in Entrepreneur, Forbes, Reuters, and more. In a recent article, MeetAdvisors highlighted fifteen top […]

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Premier Logic In The News!

As you might have heard, Premier Logic has added an office in Noida, India as we continue to expand in global markets. Our CEO, Chad Osgood, recently had the chance to discuss the new India office with VAR India, a leading IT magazine. Chad focused on the potential for growth that our Noida office brings, […]

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Launching the Fast-Track Approach

Fast Tracking the Next Big Idea. It’s not just scrappy start-ups these days looking to take on a more nimble, innovative, and entrepreneurial mode for business progress. Companies of all sizes are looking to merge creative thinking with critical thinking, jumpstarting projects quickly without the politics and red tape typically associated with larger, overly bureaucratic […]

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