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growth
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We Rebuilt ScreenCloud

In this post we discuss why we spent two years rebuilding ScreenCloud and what that means for the future of our platform, and category.

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Founders

on

February 19, 2020

metrics
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We Know If You’re Watching - How to Measure Your Digital Signage

Digital signage has improved hugely from a content perspective, and in terms of how easy it is to manage screens without clunky hardware. But are we still missing the third element, on how to measure the success of our screens? Here's how we looked to solve that recently at ScreenCloud.

By

Sam Hart

on

December 13, 2019

automation
Future of Work

How We Automated Employee Onboarding at ScreenCloud

We’d been hiring intensively for a while and wanted to make our onboarding process a more consistent experience. But the path of progress isn’t always a straight line, and it certainly wasn’t when I tried to automate this process.

By

Ben Loveitt

on

September 18, 2019

connected spaces
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How We Built Our Company TV Channel at ScreenCloud

We went from having a few screens showing content to a full company and remote-employee rollout. Here’s what we learned.

By

Beth Gladstone

on

March 22, 2019

automation
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How We Automated Our Sales Processes at ScreenCloud

How can a company run for nearly two years without any real sales team, and keep the lights on? The answer: automation.

By

Sam Hart

on

January 15, 2019

lessons
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Five Lessons From Our Monthly All Hands

Lessons learned creating a once a month get together for 50 people across five different timezones.

By

Markella Apergi

on

November 28, 2018

lessons
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Five Ways To Reclaim More Time as a Startup CEO

In the name of getting more done here are my hacks for making more of that all important element - time.

By

Mark McDermott

on

October 14, 2016

lessons
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What Happens When People Obsess Over What Technology Does, Not What It Can Do

Working in tech is always a bit of a rollercoster— namely because patterns seem to keep on repeating. Here's what happens when people obsess over what technology can do, illustrated nicely by the history of web.

By

Mark McDermott

on

July 15, 2016

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