by Jaime Grimes

Update Your Resume with These 20 Power Words

Still using words and phrases like “think outside the box,” “dynamic,” “results-driven” or “self-motivated” on your resume? Then it’s time for you to punch it up with power words.

Seasoned recruiters have read so many resumes that they’re good at scanning them and looking for keywords, so grab their attention…

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by Jaime Grimes

Salesforce Integration: The Latest in IT Hiring Trends

Customer relationship management, marketing automation and cloud solution products go together like peanut butter and jelly (and more jelly). While discovering the habits of your customers, potential customers and their purchases and services is good, finding out specifically how customers interact with your industry and company is much, much better.…

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by Jaime Grimes

5 Things You Should Know About Dreamforce 2014

If you want to know where business is headed, attend Dreamforce, the four-day sales, marketing, cloud, software and customer service conference held by Salesforce.com. This year, it’s October 13-16 at Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco and promises more than 1,400 breakout sessions, cloud expos, keynote sessions and more. You…

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by Jaime Grimes

Meet the Recruiter: Rich Heidal

To know Consultant Advisor Rich Heidal is to know he’s always on the go – training for an Ironman triathlon, rushing off on a “racecation” (vacation centered around a race or training for one) or talking (rapidly, of course) with a current prospect on the phone.

When he started…

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by Jaime Grimes

Ask the Recruiter: 4 Resume Must-Haves

We asked our recruiters to outline resume must-haves that will truly set you apart from other candidates seeking IT consulting roles. Follow our tips and you’ll leave every recruiter and hiring manager wondering where you’ve been all their lives.

Update your resume for each position
While IT consultants typically…

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by Alex Gramling

New e-Book: 6-Point Checklist for Mobile App Success

Enterprise spending on mobile application development is on the rise, but many mobile applications built by and for businesses — often at significant cost—go unused or underused by their target audience.

Apps developed with the best of intentions may fail if companies don’t fully understand their mobile users, or if…

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