By now you should all know about ONE, our mobile development platform we acquired last year. Thousands of people’s work was already made better building mobile productivity apps connecting hard working people more directly with their daily activities, like recording their time in SAP, approving requests in PeopleSoft or connecting to SharePoint.
With our legacy in social technologies you would expect us to lead the way in operating the company as a network. And we do.
Sitrion is part of a super innovative network of companies. On the surface we're connected through our investors, but if you take a closer look you'll see we all have a deep level of respect for each other that helps us to maneuver from early stage startups to global players.
It was 1996 when I had my first visit to Starbucks. I had a Chocolate Chip Frapuccino in Singapore sitting on those exact steps you see in the picture. I had not planned to be half around the world or even considered working in Asia.
Our customer Aggreko, who received the Customer of the Year award at this year’s Sitrion Collective in Amsterdam, is one of those companies you never hear about, but truly appreciate when you need them.
I love my iPad, but I also really like my Microsoft productivity tools! Bringing those two worlds together is now a reality with Office for the iPad. Talking about productivity, check out the latest innovation we bring to Microsoft’s flag ship productivity suite: Sitrion puts SAP processes right into Office 365...
Last week, we said good bye and thank you to a great friend and NewsGator/Sitrion legend that you have most likely never heard of. Mark Nass, our CFO for 9 years is leaving us for his next adventure.
You might have seen that we changed our name to Sitrion, the name of the company we acquired last year. Some of you have asked how this all came together and if I could write about it.
Much has been written about the SharePoint Conference (SPC) and the announcements from Microsoft that accompanied it. Being a strategic partner we're looking at this and asking, what does that mean to our customers and how can we add value?
A few weeks ago, IDC announced that one billion smartphones have been sold in 2013. This news alone should be evidence enough to illustrate that the world is moving to a mobile future. I know that mobile is already a reality but in our line of work we still run into people that question the value of mobile in the workplace.