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Introducing AgileAssets Communities and Ideas

AgileAssets is striving to increase the engagement between our customers and our product development teams. At our International User Conference (IUC) in April, we introduced a new way for our customers to help shape and influence the product roadmap. Up until now, sharing an enhancement idea or feature request usually came through the help desk, […]

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AgileAssets’ Wildly Important Goal, and Why It’s Important To You

At our AgileAssets planning meetings late last year, we discussed what should be the most important thing for us to focus on in 2018 – or as McChesney, Covey, and Huling refer to it in the FranklinCovey book, The 4 Disciplines of Execution, our Wildly Important Goal (WIG). After a bit of discussion and debate […]

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What AgileAssets Learned from Amazon about Developing Transportation Asset Software

At a fundamental level, Amazon focused on the processes required to provide products and services. AgileAssets has followed the same thinking and applied it to developing transportation asset software. When I was in college, I worked in the customer service department of a catalog business and would take phone and fax orders for consumer products, like […]

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Delivering Value Faster Through Enterprise Asset Management Software Upgrades

When I joined AgileAssets 3 years ago, one of the concerns I heard was that upgrades were difficult and issues were not being proactively addressed. We took these concerns seriously and implemented a phased approach to improve your experience as quickly as possible with upgrades to our enterprise asset management software.   In the first […]

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Product Management – Moving Forward into 2015

It has been half a year since I joined AgileAssets to improve their Product Management processes, but what really drew me to AgileAssets was the opportunity to learn about something I knew nothing – Transportation Asset Management.  I recently visited one customer where I took 41 pages of notes because there is so much to understand […]