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Kevin Lindquist
Kevin Lindquist
A Crocker Innovation Fellow with a degree from Brigham Young University, Kevin has a rich history in identifying pains and applying technology solutions. He has worked with a number of startups and success stories in the software and hardware space from Silicon Valley, The Silicon Slopes, and abroad including: Square, ASUS, and Fundly along with consultative roles at other Utah technology startups. He has been mentored by a number of highly successful individuals, including an Entrepreneur in Residence at Disney, multiple venture capitalists, and thought leaders in the world of technology and entrepreneurship. Kevin has a deep appreciation for entrepreneurship and a passion for internet technology. He is constantly seeking ways to contribute to the next generation of web enabled tools, a primary reason for his involvement with Decisions.
Download our new eBook about Interceptor Rules. A unique method of rule creation and testing.  Read More
Originally published on VentureBeat, we explore the need for workflow platforms generally.  Read More
Download our new eBook about Systems Management with Decisions.  Read More
3 common questions about workflow software, answered.  Read More
Another award for Decisions as we stay active in our community.  Read More
Come see how we can extend and enhance Microsoft System Center.  Read More
Highlights of the 2.3 release of the Decisions Platform.  Read More
A few questions and answers about our workflow engine.  Read More
Have you considered how business automation could improve your organizations productivity?  Read More
Business Process Automation is ‘so hot right now’ according to data from a recent Information Week survey.  Read More
Taking a look at a recent update to the Decisions Platform.  Read More
Workflow with Email. Email is a primary method of communication for everybody in your organization. One of the new features of Decisions 2.2 is the ability to respond to workflow tasks via email. Configuring this option involves setting up on an assigned form a few options like what is the outbound email to say, what […]  Read More