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From a Mountain of Content to an Indexed Library in Minutes

Years of digital assets have built up with hundreds of hands playing a part in the disarray that is your business’s content library. Except it isn’t much of a library if you can’t find what you’re looking for. You know it needs to be organized and it’s just not a task your team has the […]

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Improving Content Deadline Success

Today, content deadlines are met virtually — handing off an important sales presentation, marketing agenda, or state of the industry report doesn’t require a printer and physical access to a desk or mailbox. Have it on my desk by 9 AM! – No one in recent history. Despite the modern marvel of content management technology, […]

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From PowerPoint to HTML

Presentation management shines most during the presentation development process where teams save thousands of hours per year because their content is at their fingertips. It’s not just the individual slides which are viewable and ready to be used; it’s the content within the slides and relevant metadata as well. Presentation management creates the difference between […]

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The Most Extensive Content Management API

Most users interact with Shufflrr through their organization’s portal. The web portal is an implementation of the extensive Shufflrr application programming interface (API), which all customers can access and leverage. It’s possible for an ambitious team to create an entirely new Shufflrr front-end without sacrificing any functionality—the API is exhaustive of all features. Most organizations, […]


A Child’s Garden of Videoconferencing Verses

Disclaimer: The factual accuracy of this article is highly debatable. Today, we’ll be exploring the ancient historical archives of important videoconferencing poetry. To begin, you may be familiar with this eloquent piece by none other than John George Nicolay. Boom boom boom,Rendezvous in my Zoom.Let us spend sixty minutes with a hard stop at noon. […]

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The Art of Selling

Working in sales is stressful and difficult, yet rewarding and very valuable. The skills one learns as a salesperson are applicable in any vertical and contribute to the wonderful phenomena of making money. Making money often requires a multi-step process with back-and-forth communication, introduction of new parties, and other tedious bureaucratic obstacles (read: problems). Ideally, […]

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Aligning Sales Intelligence and Assets

If you’re a salesperson, you may agree the greatest difficulty for sales is a lack of control. It’s not a problem specific to one business or even one vertical. It affects all sales teams in all industries and the biggest players in any field suffer from it as well. The Issues Validating Necessity It’s not […]


The Looming Dangers of Videoconferencing

The post-COVID era is more remote — meetings both internal and external are being held on videoconferencing platforms which allow audio and video transmission to an audience of viewers. Some platforms allow for screensharing or presenting (like Present Live), but there are some items we should be more cognizant of prior to making our webcam […]


The “Just Get It” Initiative

Gating content is archaic. We’re opening the door to our knowledge about presentation management and how our clients have succeeded because of it. No forms or hoops of fire; all of our content is yours to learn from. As a business, it’s important to generate leads and field product interest. But today more than ever, […]

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The Complicated Issue of Finding Stuff

We have become complacent in the basic solutions standard to most industries. When we join a new team — regardless of vertical — we expect a branded email address, access to team calendars, and a cloud file storage solution. We are so blinded by thankfulness for modern cloud technologies that we fail to accept their […]