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  1. How Sitecore Helix supports your scrum process to add significant business value Sitecore
    Auteur
    Paul Dohmen
    Datum

    Since 15 years I have been working on IT projects in many different roles. I see a lot of positive evolution regarding successful projects. Nowadays we deliver more software in less time and learned to listen better to our customers. Nowadays Scrum is our methodology of choice that helps to…

  2. Applied Innovation: The power of creativity, AR, AI in BeerRecognition Innovation
    Auteur
    Peet Sneekes
    Datum

    We created something wonderful and kind of nerdy. It’s called BeerRecognition. It’s an immersive experience with a central role for beer bottles. To do so we mixed pattern recognition, augmented reality and beer brands together in one concept. A recipe for success. As Strategic Innovator I have the honour and responsibility…

  3. Why not ask your Qlik dashboard for insights using Google Home Innovation
    Auteur
    Martijn van der Pol
    Datum

    Voice assistants like Google Assistant, Amazon's Alexa and Siri from Apple are rapidly gaining more popularity. These smart assistants show great potential for alleviating everyday tasks. Making your life easier when booking a trip for example. In a previous Proof of Concept we visualized content based on a specific conversation…

  4. Building a chat conversation with your garden Innovation
    Auteur
    Youyi Laan
    Datum

    A prototype of having a meaningful conversation with non-talkative objects.   You love your garden but your garden doesn’t love you back. You try to do the right thing, but what is the right thing? A garden needs care and understanding. But not everyone is an expert, not everyone knows what a…

  5. Our Frontend Guild Frontend Development
    Auteur
    Bran van der Meer
    Datum

    How we work with self-organizing teams and keep improving our craftsmanship. For building user-friendly and appealing digital interfaces we currently have a growing team of about 15 frontend developers and in general, they run their own projects with their own teams. About ten years ago we started getting together every three…