I just returned from speaking at the GTEC 2011 conference in Ottawa earlier today. This is the largest government technology conference in the country. It was held at the new Ottawa Convention Centre next to the Westin Hotel and the conference took over the entire building. All of the major … [Read more...] about Sharing the Story of Markham’s Journey at GTEC 2011
When I met with Elections Ontario in 2010 to discuss the research we were going to have Nicole Goodman take on with the assistance of an NSERC grant that we obtained through Ryerson University, the organization had already disclosed that it wanted to pilot Internet voting by 2012 as part of its … [Read more...] about Elections Ontario Missed a Huge Opportunity
Kudos to Jan Kestle, Michael Weiss, Emily Anderson and the Environics Analytics’ team for putting on a top-notch breakfast event this morning to launch the partnership that connects Delvinia’s AskingCanadians™ Social Media Survey to PRIZMC2, Environics Analytics’ popular segmentation system. More … [Read more...] about A Successful Launch with Environics Analytics and RBC Royal Bank
When introducing new digital experiences to a customer group, one can never forget the need for some form of education, which is why it's so important to understand the behaviours of your customers—and that means more than simply understanding their willingness to use technology. Even with the … [Read more...] about The ‘Build it and they will Come’ Concept Didn’t Work 10 Years Ago: Why Should it Now?
Delvinia is very lucky to have clients that not only appreciate our strategic approach to creating digital experiences, but contribute to our desire to pursue thought leadership and our philosophy to play, learn and grow. One of those clients is Lisa Charters, Random House of Canada’s S.V.P. … [Read more...] about It’s No Wonder that Random House of Canada is a Leader in the Digital Space