Happy New Year all! Please find the following overview of 2019 which focuses on the progress we have made across the Affino unified business platform. We have also referenced some milestones around our enhanced service delivery and support.
2019 was a year where we invested heavily in moving forward the Affino SaaS service, and growing the Affino team and Affino’s capacity to deliver projects faster and more effectively. The three primary areas where we grew and ...
The Affino team wishes you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Thank you very much for your continued support in 2019 and we look forward to working with you again in the new year.
There have been so many great new developments with Affino over the course of the year, and it’s ended with a bang with the upcoming Subscription and Memberhip Release, which is ready for release in the new year.
We’re looking forward to 2020 when we’ll be ...
The Control Site update is a precursor release to the major upcoming subscription and commerce release, with some great new intel tools and core updates, including new article and audience reports, enhanced campaign intel and a major update to the wysiwyg editor.
The visual guide to the Actionable Intelligence update for Affino, which sees breakthrough productivity enhancements for marketers, analysts, sales teams, and community managers.
The Actionable Intelligence update for Affino sees breakthrough productivity enhancements for marketers, analysts, sales teams, and community managers.
The Details update for Affino sees a nice set of updates for accessibility, ecommerce, campaigns, awards, the CRM, search and more.
Visual highlights for the Reputation, Directory and Monetisation Release. Featuring Editions, Accounts, the CRM and Seminars.
Affino 8.0.15 sees breakthroughs in reputation management, from individual and company profiles through to editions, speakers and moderators. Altogether there are over five hundred updates in this release with improvements across the board.
The latest moves by Google and Firefox show how inevitable it will be that 3rd party cookies will be blocked as standard, leading to and end of the current web infrastructure as we know it.