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60 Seconds with our Business Development Executive, Ross

‘I’m the greatest table tennis player in the office’ Can you tell us about your role and responsibilities at Invotra? My role at Invotra is to open and facilitate conversations with potential customers of our intranet service. Within this I am able to confidently open conversations via several means of

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60 seconds with our Product Manager, Billy

Can you tell us about your role and responsibilities at Invotra? I am the Product Manager. I oversee the product team, as well as our strategy and roadmap. This includes design, business analysis and user testing. I am responsible for the fortnightly releases, which involves liaising with various other departments

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Customer success vs customer support

What is customer success? Customer success is about consistently enabling your customers to achieve their objectives when interacting with your business. It focuses on helping your customers get the most out of your product or service – creating a positive attitude towards your business and making your customers into your

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Invotra News, July 2019

This month, we are thrilled to announce that Invotra has been shortlisted as the National Responsible Business Champion 2019. It’s a huge honour to be put forward for this prestigious award and we’re proud to be in the running.  Secondly, last week it was our pleasure to host Neil Owen,

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A day in the life of a 21st-century secretary

The old fashioned secretary was stereotypically a lady who sat behind a desk in front of the bosses office guarding the door with their life, with most of their day spent taking minutes by shorthand, typing letters and running errands. This role sure has evolved! The 21st-century secretary is now

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De-mystifying the ATAG 2.0 guidelines

De-mystifying the ATAG 2.0 guidelines The Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG) are a set of requirements for making authoring tools that are accessible, and capable of producing accessible content. ATAG are used by the teams that develop authoring tools. In other words, the people who create What You See Is

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