Over the last quarter the DocketManager team has really grown. We ended the second quarter with the arrival of our new sales manager Brian Diehl who then recruited more talent for our team. These 4 new faces joined us in July:
In August we welcomed 1 more member to the DocketManager team. Steven Arnold earned a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Guelph in International Development Experience. He comes to us with 15 years of experience in Education. Steve is passionate about training and improving people’s skills through clear communication
and empathetic customer service. His skills will serve well in the onboarding process and DocketManager's pursuit for building strong customer relationships.
And finally, let's not forget, in September we released our new logo.
Bradley Robinson is a Full Stack Developer and has been a member of our team since the creation of the DocketManager system. He studied Math at the University of Waterloo before switching to Humber College for Computer Programming. He was hired at Track21 Graphix (the birthplace of DocketManager) as a Digital Press Operator and Website Designer. He
gained a lot of knowledge and experience in the print industry making him a valuable asset when he transitioned in a development role with DocketManager.
As described by his peers
"If Lebron James, Babe Ruth and Wayne Gretzky exchanged their sports skills for development skills, and became one person, they still wouldn't come near the absolute unit that Bradley J Robinson is."
Our focus for each new release remains dedicating either 50% of the features or 50% of the development time to implementing requests from the forum. Already this year we have been able to add 55 of those requests.
Features implemented in version 3.14
Features implemented in version 3.13
(which was 68.67% of development time)
Features implemented in version 3.12
More often than not, our team has been able to incorporate a fair amount of feature requests into each new version. However, we've found a lot of benefit in spending a significant amount of time on fewer, more complex requests, as seen in version 3.13. DocketManager continues to prioritize new items based on votes, so over the next few versions we will be spending time reshaping some things in the backend so that we can truly focus on implementing the higher voted items. During this time we will continue to include as many smaller items as we can to ensure we are building what our users want.
We will be heading back to Chicago in the fall for Print 19. Come by and see us at booth 231.
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Sharing some of the fun and creative ways you can customize your portal homepage.
Mouse-Generated Ball Pit
Neon Sign with Text Editing
Showcasing some of the great portals our users have created.
Our referral program
You have been a valuable partner with us in our growth, and now we would like to reward you for your assistance. Every referral you send to us that becomes our client, DocketManager will extend to you a $500 credit.
That credit can be used towards any one of the following items:
• Monthly subscription fee
• Custom Portal Set-up
• Template building
• Onsite Training
• Web-based Training
• System Set-up
This offer is unlimited, therefore the more referrals we receive, the more credit you're rewarded with! To apply, please complete the referral form through the link below.