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Taking social decision making to New York

We’ve made several strategic decisions. Fingertip is built on the secure and growing Salesforce.com platform. Fingertip is an end-to-end process for organizational decision making. Fingertip bundles the fragmented elements of decision making into one tool and process. Fingertip is designed for enterprise use. Fingertip is a value adding companion for existing Sales, Service and Marketing clouds. Fingertip is focusing sales efforts on existing Salesforce.com users. Fingertip is a tool for social decision making but at...

Fingertip wins KasvuOpen 2017 Grow to USA Award

Fingertip is one of three companies to win participation in the Kasvu Open 2017 Grow to USA program. The winners were announced at the finals of Finland’s largest growth venture program, the KasvuOpen Carnival on 26th of October in Jyväskylä. Out of a total of 40 companies, Fingertip was selected by the program’s partners as one the three companies to granted free entry to the program and to be featured on the Nasdaq video screen...

Winter comes with Fingertip 4.5

What’s better than snowmen, skiing, and a warm fireplace? A Fingertip update of course! As you probably are aware of by now Salesforce has released their newest version, Winter 18’ as their last release of 2017. Many new exciting features for both Fingertip and Salesforce arrived and I hope you are excited, as we are to share this with you. As the wonderful Salesforce application, we are, Fingertip has pushed a product update to continue to offer...

How to build teams set out for success?

One of the most important things for an organization is to create and create teams that drive the organization to meet its goals. Goals can be diverse, but in the end, an organization is measured by financial success. This is why it’s important for leaders to create teams that have the will and drive to take their functions to the next level. One common approach, especially for sales teams is to incentivise this through a bonus...

Decisions make the world go round

In the previous two posts, we looked closer at two major paradigms that are shaping organization theory and well practice at the moment: sociocracy and holacracy. These paradigms both have one thing in common, instead of seeing organizations organized by functions they see organizations as fluid circles that are forming around a specific thing. This particular thing is decisions. Instead of organizing according to functions it’s all about decision centricity. This is because all we do at...