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Andrew Dixon

Senior Vice President, Marketing & Operations, Igloo Software
Expert in Enterprise Social Software & Cloud

Andrew is responsible for Igloo's sales operations and go-to-market strategy, including operations, demand generation and communications. Prior to Igloo, he was an eighteen-year veteran of Microsoft, where he managed several product groups and divisions. Most recently, Andrew served as the Vice President, Business & Marketing Officer, Microsoft Canada, where he was responsible for driving the Canadian business unit's marketing and operational efforts.

Nov 12, 2012
Andrew Dixon wrote this post:
How Ipswitch Creates a Next Gen Customer Experience

Customer experience is critical to the success of every business. Here’s a quick overview of how Ipswitch’s Network Management division builds longstanding and meaningful relationships with their customers in a branded online community.

Nov 5, 2012
Andrew Dixon wrote this post:
Collaboration - It’s a Small World After All

How a social intranet can break down barriers to collaboration. It's becoming increasingly common for companies, both large and small, to work in multiple locations. Employees live in different cities and countries around the world.

Oct 28, 2012
Andrew Dixon wrote this post:
Work in a Multi-Screen World

The number of gadgets we use at work, when we skip between them and the impact they have on our productivity. A smartphone in the morning, maybe a little laptop during the day - we use multiple devices for work.

Oct 21, 2012
Andrew Dixon wrote this post:
Gartner Releases 2012 Magic Quadrant for Social Software in the Workplace

This is the sixth Magic Quadrant that has been published around social software and collaboration. Gartner's highly regarded Magic Quadrants are published throughout the year and remain the most talked about reports for product selection in the IT industry.

Oct 10, 2012
Andrew Dixon wrote this post:
Should We Be Building Office Space Ships?

According to a 2011 Forrester Workforce Technology Adoption survey, half of U.S. information workers divide their time between the office, home and other remote locations. Work is not a place, it's quickly becoming just what we do.

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