Welcome to the team Sophie!

As a growing company, we’re always looking for new ways to deliver an excellent customer experience to countless businesses worldwide – from helping companies realise the importance of data quality, right through to implementing the appropriate products and providing long-term, unsurpassed support. As part of this mission, we recently welcomed Sophie into our Marketing team and asked her to write a blog about her experience in the field and time here so far.

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Welcome to Tess!

Data8 welcomes Tess

In what is becoming a tradition, we ask a new starter to write a blog for us to induct themselves into the world of data8. This time it is the turn of Tess. Since writing this blog, she has discovered that she passed her degree with a 1st which is absolutely fantastic. Tess – we salute you.

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How data validation can help your fashion business!

Big data is not going to be a 15-minute wonder in the fashion calendar. Data is the new black darling and is here to stay!  We are not talking about Dolce & Gabanna using drones on the runway to promote their new purses, or how Plein used a robot to launch his fashion show.

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Dynamics 365 TPS solution update available now

Data8 TPS Solution Update

We are pleased to announce that V3 of the Data8 TPS solution is now available for you to use within your system. The update itself doesn’t come with any new features for existing customers, however, does make the configuration for either new customers or customers looking to migrate from one system to the other easier than ever before.

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JavaScript Implementation of a Web Service

The latest blog from Ryan and his learning. The aim of this post is to show my journey step-by-step, taking my prior creation of a C# MVC web application with an email validation check, and using the learned knowledge to create a front-end (JavaScript and HTML) web application with an email validation check. Again, front-end development was something that I had very little experience with before this project.

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The Brexit Data Blockade?

On 29th of March, as things stand at the time of writing, the UK will be leaving the EU (some of our intrepid Microsoft Dynamics 365 experts will hopefully have just returned home after making the most of our final day of EU membership attending CRMUG Summit EMEA in Amsterdam!). If that ends up being without a deal, that could end up having implications for UK companies transferring data across national boundaries. It might not be caught up in a lorry park in Kent, but without a bit of preparation, you could find your data transfers being impacted.

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