Archive for August, 2009
Another one of those, not quite the normal Friday fun but this definately happened on a Friday posts. Our various technical teams decided to hold a brew off and LAN party as part of our one up-man-ship series.
From the magic keyboard of Big JR: The beer brewing competition drew an eager crowd, keen to test the [...]
As a warm up to a BT show and tell, we decided to go back to the time of tapes and answer phones. To celebrate the ‘I’m not here speak after the beep’ message that was once a mainstay of every boozy bachelor pad that has now been replaced by that annoying voice from your [...]
Marcelo Calbucci worked for Microsoft as a development manager for 7 years when he decided to leave to start up his own company. In March 2005 after securing $1.3M fundings from VCs he started Sampa.com a ‘personal homepage service’ which allowed you to upload photos, video etc with the idea of sharing it with your [...]
LBi was proud to host the UK Umbraco meetup on 6th August 2009, organised by consultant and Umbraco enthusiast, Darren Ferguson, and attracted a 55+ people crowd enough to fill the auditorium. With a guest appearance with the man himself and Umbraco’s founder, Niels Hartvig, this was surely to be a great day.
So exactly what [...]
So not content with being in this week’s OK Magazine (yes, really), the CRM team have been busy sharing their thoughts on segmentation and the like with NMA in last week’s Customer Relationship Management special.
It’s an interesting article that looks at the (relatively) long established discipline of CRM with a fresh pair of eyes and [...]