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A Day in the Life – Director of Sales

By |September 20, 2017|

As I thought about writing this post about my average day, I was reminded of something my manager told me when I started my first sales job as a college graduate. “It’s the people man, I love the people,” he said when I asked him what motivated him to work so hard. The “people” he [...]

A Day in The Life – Analytics and Operations

By |August 29, 2017|

Shout out to Grace Low for kicking off the ‘Day in The Life’ blog series with an awesome piece on her passion for solving customer’s problems, we couldn’t do it without you! This week’s blog comes from Taylor S. McLoughlin, a program manager on the Analytics/BI and Business Operations team. Yes, we are people. Yes, [...]

A Day in the Life Series – Meet Grace Low

By |August 15, 2017|

Ever wondered what it’s like to work in the fast paced world of tech? You’re in luck. Over the next few months, we will be introducing you to members of the DoubleDutch team around the world. Every day brings something new, exciting, and sometimes challenging. With offices in San Francisco, Phoenix, Amsterdam, and a handful [...]

Event Technology Just Took a Giant Step Forward (With a Little Help from Apple)

By |July 20, 2017|

At DoubleDutch, we’ve long known that the White Label Event App model (siloed, disposable apps for each customer) was not ideal.  It was bad for attendees, overly complex for our customers, and inefficient and inelegant as a way to deploy software. We also knew that the right model looked more like Slack or Gmail - [...]

Employee Engagement is a Breeze with DoubleDutch

The term “dogfooding” refers to the practice of a company using its own products to test and promote its product. It originates from an email sent in 1988 from Microsoft manager Paul Maritz to Brian Valentine, test manager for Microsoft LAN software with the subject line, “Eating our own dogfood,” tasking him to increase internal [...]

DoubleDutch + Women’s March on Washington App

By |February 21, 2017|

Following the outpouring of pride and success from our participation in Women’s March on Washington, we are happy to announce a new initiative: DoubleDutch Connect. Redefining Human Connection. Inspiring Social Change. Each year, DoubleDutch will donate 12 software licenses to causes and events that are important to the people that make our company the great [...]

Doubling Down on Our Mission

By |January 10, 2017|

We decided to take control of our destiny yesterday, and it wasn’t easy. We said goodbye to a number of our coworkers and friends. All good people. All talented. All like family. I can vouch for all of them. Why did we do this? Mainly because we saw an opportunity to focus down on our [...]

Customer Relationships Happen Between the Lines

By |December 27, 2016|

When the marketing team sat down to brainstorm our holiday campaign, we realized that 2016 was insane. The national news that surrounded our everyday lives made our day-to-day priorities seem almost muted in comparison.  When the Orlando Pulse shooting happened, we immediately leaned on each other and our DoubleDutch PrideTogether group for mourning, understanding, and [...]

Partyforce: The Ultimate Dreamforce ‘16 Party Recap

By |October 14, 2016|

Another year of Dreamforce, has come and gone. If your week of nonstop learning, free swag, and endless drinks at the world’s largest software conference now feels like a dream, don’t let those memories fade! Through Partyforce, the unofficial Dreamforce party app powered by DoubleDutch, we have captured the best parties, keynotes, and overall highlights, [...]

Your (Un)Official Dreamforce Party Guide

By |September 30, 2016|

“Cause we like to party” said Beyonce, featuring Andre 3000 circa 2011, and also every single person at Dreamforce. For one week every year, San Francisco turns into a weird alternate dimension of Mardi Gras...albeit with more clothing involved (required?) but surprisingly around the same amount of alcohol. Last year marked my first foray into [...]