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Jenna Trunzo
Jenna Trunzo
June 23, 2017

“Whose Line is it Anyway?”: PointSource Style

Let’s start with an obvious statement: Succeeding in business requires strong client relationships. No client, no business. Period. Now let’s ask the obvious question: So why do many otherwise successful...

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Stephanie Trunzo
Stephanie Trunzo
June 1, 2017

PointSource Is Joining Globant

Today PointSource is a Globant company, joining forces with one of the fastest growing digital transformation companies in the world. Collaboration is at the center of everything we do at...

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Jenna Trunzo
Jenna Trunzo
May 26, 2017

First Quarter All Hands: PointSource Style

I love it when I check for upcoming activities and see an “All Hands” event on the PointSource calendar. Said another way, I love it when I see a half-day...

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Jenna Trunzo
Jenna Trunzo
April 21, 2017

First Annual PointSource Value Awards

Everywhere we go, we carry an invisible suitcase with us, the contents of which we never have to unpack but instead, remain neatly folded and at our disposal for every...

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Adrienne Bryant
Adrienne Bryant
March 31, 2017

Employee Spotlight: Jordan Resendes

At PointSource, we have a giant chalkboard wall with everyone’s name written on it. Over the course of a few weeks, PointSource employees wrote (in secret) encouraging things about each...

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Jenna Trunzo
Jenna Trunzo
November 4, 2016

My First Day: The Core Values of PointSource

I walked into PointSource on my start date as a new Associate Project Manager, nervously shook some hands, and then began onboarding shortly thereafter. Our People Programs Manager, Jordan Resendes,...

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PointSource
PointSource
October 28, 2016

Employee Spotlight: Robbie McAlister

Getting Robbie to talk about himself was like trying to nail jelly to a tree. But so it is with humble people. When you speak with a guy like Robbie,...

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Emory Ball
Emory Ball
October 26, 2016

My Moment of UX Inspiration

It was the early nineties. Electronics everywhere had decided big buttons were obsolete and were to be hidden under a blank, glossy black interface. In homes across the country, VCRs...

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CJ Davis
CJ Davis
October 21, 2016

The Why of PointSource Culture

At PointSource, we place a serious emphasis on culture and we value it highly. This might sound cliché because culture has become such a buzzword in the business world but...

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John Romano
John Romano
October 19, 2016

Co-Design for the Win

Apps and websites have become complex. Specialized skill sets have deepened. Teams now employ many people to provide the expertise and velocity needed to deliver high-quality products in compressed time...

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