Sophie’s story

Sophie Roeters, HR manager at Adeptiv, had a problem. Adeptiv, a marketing agency (with labels like Yourzine and Searchresult), was, and still is, growing rapidly. This resulted in serious numbers of new hires. The workload at the HR department was bursting. So did the Excel sheets and mailboxes. The HR team was spending the majority […]

Adrie’s story

Adrie Dore, Logistics Manager Services at NCR, works for distribution centers in EMEA. A place where hundreds of inbound and outbound parcels are shipped on a daily basis. Most of the time these parcels contain important items, such as parts needed to repair or replace cash machines or registers. These parcels need to be delivered […]

René’s story

René Stout is responsible for the support of administrative and digital processes at NIBIG, a foundation. NIBIG is an organization for health care professionals and exploits an online register. The register offers transparency about the capabilities of health providers and professionals. Legacy systems, Excel sheets and a rapidly growing organization caused a lot of hassle. […]

Bouwe’s story

Bouwe Koopal is an entrepreneur and writer. He is excited about IT and business development. The complexity of the IT industry surprises him time and again. Because business questions that look easy at first, typically lead to extensive projects with a lot of misery. “What I like about Triggre is the simplicity of generating an […]

From 2018 to 2019! – Part 3

In my previous two blogs, I discussed Triggre’s highlights and milestones of 2018. In this last blog of our three-part series, I’ll share my outlook on 2019, which – in my view – is very promising! Positive developments, solid foundation 2018 was marked by positive developments: we have welcomed new customers in industries we hadn’t […]

From 2018 to 2019! – Part 2

2018 has been marked by several milestones and ambitious plans for the new year. In this three-part blog series, I provide my perspective on the past and coming year. Today, part two: hands-on demos, on-the-go applications, and testing Triggre’s security measures in practice. Building mini-applications on the spot As a Guide, I often hold demos […]

From 2018 to 2019! – Part 1

2018 has been an eventful year for Triggre. In this three-part blog series, I’d like to look back on the highlights and glimpse into the near future – or, 2019 – from my perspective as a Guide. Today, part one: new customers and industries plus considerable growth. New customers, new industries In 2018, a range […]

How to draft a plan of improvement

In our previous blogs, we discussed the importance of determining the happy flow and addressing the bottle necks. Once you’ve asked all necessary questions, you can take concrete steps towards creating your own application. Key to this process is a nicely timed series of ‘what ifs.’ Alternative scenarios, subsequent steps What if we would leave these process steps […]

The road to success: finding the bottlenecks in your process

“Where can we make the greatest impact?” It’s a question that sets you off in the right direction when automating your processes. Once you have selected a problem or process to start with, you need to get all your stakeholders on board. After all, you want your co-workers, customers and/or suppliers to quickly see the […]

Steps towards determining the happy flow

If you want to jump on the digitalization train, you will quickly find that it’s key to define your own process before turning it into an application. An effective way to do this is by asking the right questions. In this new blog series, we will guide you through this process step by step – […]