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Buyer/Vendor Disconnects – Reasons for Immediate Rejection - by @barnes_hank
"But the first two are notable and an area where tech providers must focus. Word of Mouth has always mattered, but clearly it is growing in importance and impact with the rise of social networks and review sites, like Gartner Peer insights. Tech Providers can’t just take this for granted. They must create programs to encourage, cultivate, and “industrialize” word of mouth marketing."
go-to-market  buying  process  messaging  peer  reviews 
december 2016 by jonerp
A CFO Success Story: Jim Burns, CFO of Accela
" I think the combination of getting the mentors through my career that not only helped and coached me, but took chances on me to do jobs that I had never done before. Because I had kind of shown a track record before. I always believe your job isn’t just to run it, your job is to make it substantially better when you left the role versus when you started it"
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august 2016 by jonerp
Usability - by @mfauscette
"Usability and overall user experience with a software product is one of the most significant factors in user satisfaction. At G2 Crowd, as a part of the product review process we capture 7 different satisfaction metrics including usability. The other metrics, ease of doing business, maintenance, meets requirements, net promoter (NPS), setup and support, will be topics for future posts, for now though, we’ll focus on usability."
analysis  analytics  collaboration  data  employee  experience  peer  reviews  software  technology  usability  business  needs  cloud  meets  requirements 
june 2016 by jonerp
Key Factors in Technology Purchase Decisions – Insights from Peer Insights - by @barnes_hank
"One of the questions we ask buyers is what are the key factors in their decision. In aggregating over 2000 responses, here at the top 11. As a note, buyers could identify multiple factors and we do not ask “the single most important factor"
"go-to-market  customer  experience  peer  insights  user  reviews 
may 2016 by jonerp
Spotting Fake Online Reviews - by @mfauscette
" If a review is completely or mostly lacking in specific details about the product, the user experience and the reasons for a good or bad review rating, there may be something wrong. In the course of using a product, and then relating your experience it is natural to share specific details, something about the process of using the product, the way the experience makes you feel, or what happened when it was used. Vague reviews are of little value in general, and could signal that a person really doesn’t have personal knowledge of the product."
business  models  networks  community  decision  systems  peer  reviews  software  technology  b2b  b2c  catfishing 
april 2016 by jonerp
A CFO Success Story: Aidan Cullen, CFO of CliQr - by @dergelCFO
"I’ve always been a long term planner and thinker. I started my career in public accounting getting the fundamentals. I then went into internal audit consciously thinking about where I need to go for my success. That gave me an understanding of what’s underneath the hood of a company. From there I started to specialize in the functional roles and business partnerships, so I went to engineering and managed an engineering group worth about 120 million dollars."
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august 2015 by jonerp
A CFO Success Story: Craig Foster, CFO of Amobee - by @samueldergel
"The following is from an interview with Craig Foster, recently hired as CFO of Amobee, as announced in CFO Moves. This interview was edited for clarity"
all  of  samuel's  blogs  amobee  blog  books  for  cfos  build  your  finance  team  career  management  ceo  cfo  moves  peer  groups  relationships  success  story 
may 2015 by jonerp
What Facebook’s ‘It’s Not Our Fault’ Study Really Means
The Facebook news feed curation algorithm, “based on many factors,” removes hard news from diverse sources that you are less likely to agree with but it does not remove the hard news that you are likely to agree with (S7). They call news from a source you are less likely to agree with “cross-cutting.”
ethics  facebook  opinion  peer  review  politics  algorithm  business 
may 2015 by jonerp
A CFO Success Story: Ken Goldman, CFO of Everbridge - by @samueldergel
"If you think about, going back 20 – 30 years ago. CFOs were thought about as the Chief Accountant, Green Eye Shade, Risk Manager. They were someone to protect the company. While protection is part of my mandate, I would say that it really starts with enablement. My job is to enable the company to achieve success and greatness. I spend all of my time thinking about “How to do I do that?” Yes, protection is important, limiting the downside. But nobody ever built a company by just limiting downside. It’s about investing in upside."
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april 2015 by jonerp

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