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Cognito iQ Mobile goes BYOD

Posted by Ben Fearn on October 31, 2018

We’re proud to announce that Cognito iQ Mobile, our intelligent mobile workflow application is available for the first time through the Google Enterprise Play Store. This is an exciting development as our customers can enable their employees to use their own personal mobiles at work, rather than have an additional device provided by the company.

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Profile of Paula Borcherds, Customer Success Manager

Posted by Gemma Kantecki on October 8, 2018

A problem solver, and an ‘old school’ communicator. 

Paula Borcherds, Cognito iQ’s new customer success manager, is a problem solver. She says “I like to understand what the problem is, and fix it. That just about sums me up”.

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Field Service East Review: Unicorns and nachos at Amelia Island

Posted by Gemma Kantecki on September 25, 2018

 

 
 

 The tan is fading, but the memories of Field Service East are still vivid. We sent two Davids and a Daryl to the beautiful Florida resort of Amelia Island, armed with some product demos, a slide deck and 100 squishy unicorns.

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Profile of Steve Beeson, VP of client services

Posted by Gemma Kantecki on August 16, 2018

How he views change, and why he’s not driving his tractor much these days.

Steve Beeson, who joined us in April 2018 as VP of client services, believes that change should be built in, not bolted on. “It’s important to bring people with you” he says. “You need to get people involved so they can understand why we are making the change, and enable them to drive the change themselves. It’s both the most satisfying and the most challenging part of the role”

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Profile of David Bochenski, Cognito iQ CTO

Posted by Gemma Kantecki on August 9, 2018

 How Vodafone missed out on our CTO - and why he is putting his faith in unicorns

It was all going so well for David Bochenski. He was in the third year of his Maths degree, he’d finished his final project and he had a prestigious graduate placement at Vodafone lined up. So how did he find himself working instead for a scheduling-optimisation start-up in Nottingham?

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