Second Harvest Food Bank: Helping Hungry Kids in Need

BlueModus News - March 27, 2017

As part of its ongoing Giveback program, BlueModus has donated $500 to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee, a charity which works to feed hungry people and solve hunger issues in Middle and West Tennessee, and is a partner program of Feeding America.


CMS + X (+ Y + Z + ...)

Brant Cline - March 16, 2017

When I recently read this article by Greystone, discussing the benefits of merging a CRM and a CMS into a single platform, I thought to myself: “Finally, some validation!”

Ok, that’s an exaggeration. The idea of combining a CMS with a CRM to create an integrated digital marketing and user experience platform is certainly not a new idea, and in fact the CMS/CRM marriage is a fairly simple example of what some are calling the “Digital Marketing Stack”.


Repaying Your Technical Debt

Nik Friedman TeBockhorst - March 02, 2017

Technical debt…it's a necessary part of any development project. Depending on your point of view, technical debt is either a term of art, or a euphemism used by programmers, that indicates those pieces of a programming solution that could use some extra attention, but are good enough for now. But no matter your opinion, it's crucial you repay this debt, or it may come back to haunt you.


BlueModus Supports Denver Public Schools Foundation

BlueModus News - February 23, 2017

As part of its ongoing Giveback program, BlueModus has donated $500 to the Denver Public Schools Foundation this month. The Foundation is the fundraising partner of the Denver Public School system. Its mission is to generate resources, build relationships, and champion public education, in order to impact system-wide achievement and help every child succeed.


Quality Assurance Automation: Three Ways It Saves the Day

Neil Eddy - February 13, 2017

Web development has never been more advanced and fast moving than it is today. In light of agile development, complex e-commerce sites, heavily customized role-based content, and the continual drive to better engage end users, we've created a serious need for more advanced development strategies. Often, one casualty of this rapid advancement is Quality Assurance testing…and when that process fails, it can have major consequences for your site and its bottom line.


Giving Back to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

BlueModus News - January 31, 2017

BlueModus, as part of its monthly Giveback program, has donated $500 to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), the largest worldwide health organization dedicated to blood cancer. Through funding research, finding cures and ensuring access to treatments for blood cancer patients, the LLS's mission is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.


What is Kentico Cloud - and How Can You Make it Work For You?

Dave Conder - January 26, 2017

At the 404 Conference late last year, Kentico announced the release of Kentico Cloud, a new Software as a Service (SaaS) suite of CMS tools for digital agencies and their clients. Our BlueModus team is excited about this new platform; it has great power as well as great potential. Today I'll cover the basics of Kentico Cloud, as well as what it can do for your business.


Kentico 10: The Features and Functionality of the Latest Release

BlueModus News - January 17, 2017

Your web platform has just upgraded to a new release… so what should your organization do? Do you invest the time, effort and budget to upgrade your website, or do you give it a 'wait and see' approach? This dilemma has always been a challenging one for organizations, and with the recent release of Kentico 10, it's a common question that we here at BlueModus hear from many clients and partners.


Three Technologies I'm Excited to Try in 2017

Nik Friedman TeBockhorst - January 10, 2017

As 2017 gets into gear, here are three technologies I’m super excited about right now and wanted to share. I plan to dig into each of these technologies throughout the next few months.


The Importance of User Acceptance Testing (UAT)

Kate Kunert - January 04, 2017

User acceptance testing (UAT) is the final phase of any software project, and is vitally important to project success. But really what is UAT, and how does it differ from other forms of testing?

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