Our Thoughts

Top Articles From Our First Year Blogging

Posted by Mandy Cech on Jan 3, 2017 8:30:00 AM

At the start of 2016, we took on a big initiative for our team. We started publishing one article a week. We've learned a lot throughout the year in terms of the process for publishing and the types of articles that seem to resonate the most with people. 

On that note, below we've gathered our top 5 most popular articles of the year.

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Topics: Development Trends, Infrastructure & IT Support, Digital Marketing, Company Culture

How and Why We Used Xamarin Forms to Build Prototype Software

Posted by Jeff Proefrock on Nov 15, 2016 11:00:00 AM

The best work opportunities ask you to use what you know in a new way. Recently, I had that opportunity when a new contact approach Springthrough with a unique scenario. He works in the R&D department of a local company. His department routinely builds prototype software to set their products apart.

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Topics: Development Trends

The Power of the Right Project Management Tool

Posted by Gabe Berghuis on Nov 1, 2016 11:00:00 AM

I couldn’t talk about any project management tool, without first talking about the people behind it. I have the distinct pleasure of leading Springthrough’s talented group of project managers. We’re more than task and budget managers. While time, cost and profile are important; we value the human element. To meet each client’s unique personal and business needs, we actively adapt our approach to each project.

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Topics: Enterprise Content Management, Development Trends

Navigate the World of Social Collaboration. Your Business Depends on It.

Posted by Eric Koopmans on Oct 11, 2016 8:30:00 AM
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Topics: Development Trends, Infrastructure & IT Support

Launching An IT Consulting Website

Posted by Mandy Cech on Sep 27, 2016 8:30:00 AM

Since I started at Springthrough a little more than a year ago, the firm’s website has been a topic of discussion. My suspicion is that even before I began, people were tossing around the idea of a new site. It seems pretty common to be most critical of your own website.

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Topics: Enterprise Content Management, Development Trends, Digital Marketing