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There are some things that never go out of style – like a little black dress or a classic pair of loafers.
Whether it is learning a programming language increasing in popularity or considering a job opportunity they’re missing a few soft skills for, there is never a bad time for developers and programmers to differentiate themselves from their peers.
Today, Episerver benefits from having hundreds of partners and thousands of customers worldwide making use of its Digital Experience Cloud™ platform – as well as many hundreds of employees who support it. A decade ago, however, Episerver’s narrative of hyper growth had yet to be written, particularly in North America. Let’s take a trip down memory lane to understand where we’ve been, who helped us get to where we are and how it helps direct where we’re going. Here
At its core, modern marketing boils down to one single thing: delivering experiences that are of such high quality that users stick with you and come back for more. To deliver such experiences, managers as well as marketers need a new set of skills.
There is a fundamental misunderstanding taking place right now in the customer experience field. Companies of virtually all sizes and industries are ignoring a growing body of scientific evidence showing what customers actually care about.