We all know about them: those dull or repetitive tasks that we’d like to skip or wish we could automate. Whether it’s filling timesheets or updating documents, everyone has a pet peeve they’d love to get rid of. Pieter-Jan, Full Stack Java & AEM developer at Emakina, decided to act on his hatred of boring […]
Steve Munro shares his experience with NFTs.
The conference started with a performance from the amazing Tune-Yards alongside the AI-powered choir Blob Opera. The rest of Google I/O 2021 focused on AI, CSR, AR features and commerce. We’ll go through all the key takeaways and features to come in the following weeks and months. Real-time AR navigation via Google Maps A big part of […]
From the first glimpse of the Dreamforest to the applause closing at the last day’s final session, Salesforce once again made Dreamforce a true experience. It is impossible to tell everything, so here are seven snapshots to remember Dreamforce ’19 by.
Anna attended the UBA Trends Day 2018 in Brussels and wrote about 4 trends that marketeers should keep in mind. #1: Falling trust in media Users trust media less and less, that is why it is crucial to find solutions that build trust towards your brand. For example, teaming up with social influencers for a […]
Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) strikes again with exciting new announcements. Tim Cook kicked things off in front of a frenzied crowd of memojis, then gave the floor to Apple Managers who rolled out the red carpet to mind blowing announcements. Among the new functionalities and updates on iPhone, iPad, MacOS and Apple Watch, we […]
From June, Google will base its evaluation of the user experience of a website on new criteria. Media websites, corporate websites, online shops… they will all be assessed the same way, which may have critical consequences for their natural referencing if they are not adapting. This update is called Google Page Experience. What is behind […]
Last 28th and 29th November the conference European Women in Tech has taken place in Amsterdam RAI and Johanna Adamson, Business Analyst, had the pleasure to attend with a few of the awesome women we have working at Emakina.NL. Two days full of inspiration, tech talks, networking and oh my gee, tons of women! Want […]
By Kevin van den Bosch Selligent today announced a real makeover…Awesome. Phenomenal. Amazing… It’s fantastic to see how Selligent went through a real makeover in recent months. They attracted a new CEO, COO and CFO, who strengthened the marketing automation company with roots in the Belgian soil, in Hasselt and their HQ near Brussels. The […]
Requirement engineering (RE) and quality assurance (QA) are critical components to ensure product quality. They exist so that all requirements are meeting the client’s wishes. But what is the exact role of requirement engineers and quality assurance testers? And why are they so important in the development of new tools and features? Requirement engineering: turning […]
NFTs or non-fungible tokens are suddenly everywhere. Everyone’s trying to get their heads around this new phenomenon. Because why would people spend millions of dollars on ‘digital collectibles’ that can often be viewed for free ? From breeding NFT cats on CryptoKitties to racing with NFT horses on ZED.RUN to trading artwork on NFT marketplaces – the world has found […]
Emakina’s 2020 Marketing Automation roadmap kicked off today with a Salesforce Certification sprint: 13 Emakinians just graduated as Marketing Cloud Email Specialist, Marketing Cloud Consultant, and Marketing Cloud Developer. Marketing Automation is a key element for adding value to and boosting the growth of our clients’ business, and this wave of certifications will further strengthen Emakina’s expertise in the matter.
As we said in a previous post, Digital First 2017 gathered a multitude of expert speakers, highlighting the many facets of digital today. Here are some more fresh ideas we heard at the event. It is clear: to boldly go where no man has gone before, organisations must combine Spock’s ‘pure logic’ with the intuitive […]