In addition to being Primacy’s Director of Infrastructure, Dave Fusfeld is also an avid runner. But he wasn’t always into running, in fact, he only picked up the habit a little over 18 months ago. Motivated by a company led challenge and a group of employees that came together to inspire a culture of running and fitness, Dave embraced running as a way to set fitness goals for himself and focus on weight loss.
YouTube recently announced a redesign that will affect all channels across the platform. This article will introduce you to the coming changes so that you can plan accordingly and not be caught by surprise when they are rolled out in mid-June.
What do you get when you combine a digital agency with an organic farm? At Primacy, we’re determined to find out! Led by our resident organic gardener, Jim Matheson, Primacy Farm will be an employee grown source of fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables that’ll be planted, grown and harvested right outside our corporate headquarters in Farmington. This will be a weekly series that explores the process of creating Primacy Farm.
The battle for indoor mapping technology is heating up and many players are on board. Gartner estimates more than 40 companies offering indoor mapping and location products. The mobile titans: Google, Apple, and Microsoft are trying to capture the market and dominate the indoor mapping space. Each company developed their own technologies, which work with their map products to guide users indoors where GPS isn’t available.
“A Night of Hope and Healing”, a free concert held one month after the Sandy Hook tragedy, reached thousands of people at a time when they needed it the most. Wendy Hensel, Account Director at Primacy, and her husband Keith were fortunate to have been a part of it. Here’s how they, along with others, worked to organize an evening of hope in the midst of an unspeakable tragedy.
What do you get when you combine a digital agency with an organic farm? At Primacy, we’re determined to find out! Led by our resident organic gardener, Jim Matheson, Primacy Farms will be an employee grown source of fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables that’ll be planted, grown and harvested right outside our corporate headquarters in Farmington. This will be a weekly series that explores the process of creating Primacy Farms.
A new member to our Account Management team is one of only two people to drive from Maine to New York City inside a 13 foot tall Bootmobile. She also organized a campout of art cars and is a logistics expert, especially when it comes to moving thousands of pounds of cranberries formed in to the Olympic Rings. Meet Laura Carlson, Senior Account Executive.
Last night, Melissa Tait, Primacy’s VP of Technology, hosted our first ever Think and Drink – a shared learning session where she explored some of the latest technologies and trends being implemented across a variety of industries. Beers were served, attendance was phenomenal, and we all learned a few things. Read on for a recap of some up-and-coming technologies we’re paying close attention to.
When thinking about your corporate intranet, what comes to mind? A future-ready, multichannel portal that stimulates collaboration, engagement and knowledge sharing? Or a static site with Mesozoic era information and content, a disastrous search tool and Frankenstein-like design?
Our newest member of the Primacy team has lived in the Cayman Islands, is a passionate organic gardener and is planning to lead a Primacy Farm to Table employee garden right in our backyard. He also leads our daily and long-term QA efforts. Meet Jim Matheson, Senior Quality Assurance Analyst.