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PODCAST: Building High-Performing Teams & Developing Great Products Using the Agile Methodology

By Sam Smith on 11/13/19, 11:04 AM

 

Star Talks: Episode 7 with Reza Karegaran: Star Talks is the podcast of small conversations that inspire you to do big things and on this episode Reza Karegaran, the former CIO at AutoAnything.com, talks about the challenges of managing an eCommerce catalog with over 50 million SKUs, how he was able to cultivate a purpose-driven, principled culture in a demanding software development environment, and how the Agile development methodology can be applied to deliver valuable, high-quality products more quickly and more efficiently.

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PODCAST: Increase Cashflow by Enabling Your Staff with A/R Automation

By Sam Smith on 8/29/19, 5:55 AM

 

Star Talks: Episode 6 with Tom Bartolucci: Star Talks is the podcast of small conversations that inspire you to do big things and on this episode Tom Bartolucci, Senior Vice President of Engineering at YayPay, shares his journey from building music file management & mobile video player software, to being a developer for the federal government, through to today where his team is pioneering the A/R & collections automation space. 

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PODCAST: Lawrence Greaves - The Co-Founder & CEO of Opkix

By Kelsie Linden on 8/6/19, 8:56 AM

Star Talks: Episode 5 with Lawrence Greaves: Star Talks is the podcast of small conversations that inspire you to do big things, and on this episode Lawrence Greaves, CEO and Co-Founder of Opkix, shares how the team assembled around you is key to being a successful entrepreneur. 

 

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PODCAST: How to Maximize Technology ROI through Solution Readiness with Steve King

By Kelsie Linden on 7/15/19, 1:29 PM

Star Talks: Episode 4 with Steve King: Star Talks is the podcast of small conversations that inspire you to do big things, and on this episode Steve King, Managing Director at First Wave Client Solutions, shares about how a summer job working for his uncle acted as a catalyst when choosing his career path.

 

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PODCAST: Becoming a True Supply Chain Guru with Scott McKenzie

By Kelsie Linden on 7/15/19, 1:28 PM

 

Star Talks: Episode 3 with Scott McKenzie: Star Talks is the podcast of small conversations that inspire you to do big things and on this episode Scott McKenzie, Regional Sales Manager at DataMax Software Group, shares his expertise with working in the Supply Chain Industry. 

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PODCAST: Being the Head of IS at SpaceX with Richard Sellar

By Kelsie Linden on 7/15/19, 1:27 PM

Star Talks: Episode 2 with Richard Sellar: Star Talks is the podcast of small conversations that inspire you to do big things and on this episode Richard Sellar, former Head of IS at SpaceX, shares how business management technology has now turned science fiction into reality. 

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PODCAST: Being a Successful Female-Founder in Tech with Teresa Sellar

By Kelsie Linden on 7/15/19, 1:27 PM

Star Talks: Episode 1 with Teresa Sellar: Star Talks is the podcast of small conversations that inspire you to do big things and on this episode Teresa Sellar, the Founder of Stellar One Consulting, shares about how she overcame tall obstacles to become a successful female founder in technology.

 

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4 Risks of Changing Your Current ERP System

By Richard Sellar on 6/28/19, 7:28 AM

Modern ERP systems are vastly superior to those of a decade ago and can revolutionize the way your business performs – if implemented correctly. That said, changing your ERP system comes with risks that you should address before making a change.

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What is a digital transformation and why is it the key to your company's success in 2020?

By Sam Smith on 10/8/18, 10:34 AM

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If you were living in the United States during the 1800s, almost everything you purchased and utilized would have been sourced in your immediate local area. You would have had few options, if any, for basic necessities and you likely wouldn't have had any disposable income for luxuries.

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