Archive for May, 2014

Sweetprocess Employee Onboarding

SweetProcess Makes Knowledge Sharing Easier Than Ever

As your business grows, one of the problems that you’ll almost undoubtedly run into is finding the best way to share information on procedures around your company. Great SOPs (standard operating procedures) are core to making sure that everyone is trained the same way, has access to the same information and is distributing that information in the designated way. SweetProcess is the best way we’ve seen to make sure that your SOPs are accessible and always up to date.

Card Reader for iOS v3.0

CardMunch Shuts Down – Here's the Alternative You Need

There’s some unfortunate news today for users of LinkedIn’s CardMunch application – the service is shutting down as of June 23rd, 2014. This will sadly leave a lot of people looking for a CardMunch alternative. But every cloud has a silver lining, and this one looks a lot like FullContact Card Reader.

Card Reader for iOS v3.0

CardMunch Shuts Down – Here’s the Alternative You Need

There’s some unfortunate news today for users of LinkedIn’s CardMunch application – the service is shutting down as of June 23rd, 2014. This will sadly leave a lot of people looking for a CardMunch alternative. But every cloud has a silver lining, and this one looks a lot like FullContact Card Reader.

Stop using interruption marketing on Twitter. It won't work.

Marketers: Are You Being "That Guy" on Twitter?

Ad blindness has become an epidemic, so advertising has become ever more invasive. But advertisers, marketers and salespeople need to bear one major fact in mind – If you’re not adding value, you’re just interrupting.

Offline data analysis with Cassandra

Reading Cassandra SSTables Directly for Offline Data Analysis

Here at FullContact we have lots and lots of contact data. In particular we have more than a billion profiles over which we would like to perform ad hoc data analysis. Much of this data resides in Cassandra, and we have many analytics jobs that require us to iterate across terabytes of data within this Cassandra data.