In Michael Lewis’ book Flash Boys, Lewis describes the practice of High Frequency Trading - an equity trading discipline that depends on speed-to-market to deliver outsized returns. Flash Boys begins with the story of Spread Networks, a telecom company that was investing $300M to build a fiber link to connec[…]
Back in April, all of DoubleDutch converged in Phoenix, AZ for a company offsite meeting, and of course we built out an event app for the affair. We had a lot of business to handle and a lot of learning to do, but we wanted to have some fun while doing it. Luckily for us, our Senior Engineering Manager, Adam,[…]
You already understand the importance of incentives for your sales team, but incentives for your President’s Club require a whole new ballpark of thinking to keep your top performers engaged and motivated.
The last several years have seen a prolonged period of experimentation from the largest and most sophisticated buyers of event technology.
Last week Dawson Loudon, a senior mobile engineer at DoubleDutch, joined thousands of others in attending Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). WWDC is the place to be to catch new product enhancements to both iOS and macOS and it is a must-attend event for mobile developers.
It's easy to assume that an event app only has a place at external events and conferences. In reality, that couldn't be further from the truth! Whether you're running internal programs with large company-wide events, or many 20-50 person meetings throughout the year, there is a place in your tech stack for an[…]
As event planners, we spend so much time and energy on our external events. But, why don’t our internal events get the same type of attention? Meeting planners, back me up here, but who doesn’t like a well-executed meeting, regardless of size?