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Meet Our Team: Summer Interns

Jul 14, 2016 | by Daniela Williams, Project Manager | Tags: Meet Our Team

Welcome back to the Meet Our Team Q&A series. My name is Daniela Williams, Project Manager at ISE, and I’ll be asking ISE team members questions to help give insight into what makes us tick.

Since our inception over 10 years ago, ISE has hosted an internship program that has attracted highly qualified college students from around the state. This summer was no different with our latest batch of students, Griffen Clark, Jacob Veal, and Alan Peine. Technically Griffen never left, as he interned remotely during the previous summer and school year as well. Today I chatted with the group to learn a bit more about each of them. 


5 Tips for Highly Effective Remote Teams (#3 is the key)

Jul 12, 2016 | by Clay Schumacher, Senior Software Engineer | Tags: Mobile App Development

Attack of the Phone People

For the longest time, it was only Matt. The rest of the office carried on as if it had never happened, playing their ping pong games, drinking their coffee, even meeting for the occasional happy hour after work on Friday. But not Matt.


ISE Begins Webinar Training for Motor Carriers

Jul 07, 2016 | by Valyn Reinig, Marketing Specialist | Tags: Company Culture

Have you ever wondered if there was a better way to purchase a telematics solution than what you may be currently doing today? If you’re a motor carrier, you have more important things do to than spend hours researching all the possibilities. You need something that is customized per the needs of your organization.


Creating the Perfect Team: A Checklist

Jul 05, 2016 | by Abhijeet Kher, Senior Software Engineer | Tags: Agile

A Well Formed Team (WFT), per 3Back's white-paper and in accordance with Scrum guidelines, is a team which is self organized, self contained, and value-driven. Such a team uses appropriate standard of care while delivering an acceptable amount of work specified by stakeholders. The accountability in such a team is highest between its members, followed by accountability towards its stakeholders. Use the following checklist to determine what you'll need to create a WFT: