Tag Archive for neev

Are we that difficult?

This is a rhetoric question. In the month of December, it was decided by us that the rate at which we are able to generate leads by SEM are not enough and we need to outsource this function. Obviously, my SEM team was a bit disheartened, however the demands of the business have to be met and I consider it… Read more →

Using Bugzilla

At Pristine, the team I am leading has a gargantuan task at hand. We are creating a custom Learning Management System (LMS) in addition with a completely overhauled new website for the international audience. This entire process of planning and detailing the products feature-wise has taken roughly 2 months, but it is well worth it. We started off by looking… Read more →

Series on CRM

Today, I sat down and started writing a post on Customer Relationship Management (CRM) implementations and it’s failures in most organizations. The idea came to me as I was reading one of Andrew McAfee’s posts on his blog, the business Impact of IT. In case if you do not know about Andrew McAfee, you can read up on his blog… Read more →

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Shortcodes in WordPress

I love WordPress. The blogging platform is a great content management system (CMS) to run on your website. Not only as a blog, but it can host your entire site. For example, most of the info pages on Pristine are on WP. In fact over the past year or so, my team has been learning how to create themes for… Read more →

Corrupt Administration!

The price good men pay for indifference to public affairs is to be ruled by evil men. – Plato In an earlier post where I was complaining about the lack of revolutionaries in the system, little did I know that in a few days I would be experiencing the wisdom of Plato first hand. We are in the process of… Read more →