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Women in Tech: Bringing Humanity and Technology Together at Aritzia

  Walk into any Aritzia store and you’ll be greeted with impeccable service. Need a tank top to try on with that blazer? You’ll see an obliging hand poke through the heavy velvet curtain faster than you can say “Wilfred.” This is exactly the type of service Karla Cheon, Director of Internal Communications at Aritzia,… Read more »

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Salesforce Spring ’17 Release Notes: 3 Golden Nuggets at the End of the Rainbow

It’s fitting that Salesforce is going with rainbow imagery this spring because there are treasures to be found at the end of it.  With the Spring ’17 Release Notes it would appear that Lightning is making big jumps to catch up with the functionality that we know, love and have come to expect from Salesforce… Read more »

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Women in Tech: From Hitting the Campaign Trail to Navigating the Cloud

Some kids, like developer Anne-Lise Millereux whom we profiled recently, grow up knowing that they want to work in tech. Other kids, like Kerry Nelson Milovic, a non-profit business solutions consultant at Traction on Demand, fall into it quite by accident. “I definitely didn’t see myself having a career in tech,” says Kerry. “I met an… Read more »

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Marketing Automation: Rise of the Chief Marketing Technologist

Adapt or get left behind. That’s according to Katrina Bollozos, Strategic Marketing Automation Manager at Traction on Demand. “With the rise of game-changing marketing automation technology, there has been a significant shift in the way businesses market to and engage with their customers. This transformation has bridged the divide between the marketing and technology functions… Read more »

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Women in Tech: From France with Love (for Tech)

The pronunciation of Anne-lise Millereux’s last name doesn’t roll off the tongue easily for non-native speakers of French, so she breaks it down by syllable. “Meel-eh-roo. It means ‘thousand – happy,’” says the developer from Dijon, France. And does the positive-sounding name describe her appropriately? “Yeah, mostly,” she laughs. Anne-lise’s interest in tech is all… Read more »

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