by: Tyler Berry |November 21, 2014 | Category: User Experience
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 […]
by: Derek Huey |November 5, 2014 | Category: 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 […]
by: Tyler Berry |June 24, 2014 | Category: Success Story
At Premier Logic, we’re all about supporting the innovators. We’re inspired by inventors, scientists, entrepreneurs—the risk-takers who dedicate their lives to figuring out how things work, then introducing incredible new solutions to our world along the way. Think Edison. Or Elon Musk and the Tesla. Or, of course, The Woz. They go back centuries, too: […]
by: Tyler Berry |January 27, 2014 | Category: Press Release
Premier Logic and Nintex deliver SharePoint workflow solutions. Atlanta- Philadelphia, 27 January 2014 – Premier Logic, a provider of Microsoft SharePoint services and custom technology, announced today that they have entered into partnership with leading workflow company Nintex. Through this partnership, Premier Logic will combine Nintex’s SharePoint workflow processes with Premier Logic’s SharePoint customization services, […]
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