Profile: Ryan Fligg

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Ryan, Windward's Sales Engineer, has been with Windward since 2006 in many roles as a sales engineer, IT specialist and account executive. Ryan's background fuels his desire to guide Windward's product development. He now works on the future vision of Windward offerings through creating the product roadmap, responding to customer requests, and communicating what Windward is doing and where it’s headed.

Posted on 07/27/2016

In a previous column, I showed why you may want to include the Select Variable in a template so that end users running reports can display only the information they need. Today’s column is a short overview of how to  define a Select Variable to be used in such a template. What Does “Define a […] …read more

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Posted on 07/14/2016

For some time now we have had a feature request to include our Windward Engines with commonly used package managers.  We would like to let you know that we have now included the latest release build of the Windward Engines code to publish it automatically to the following package manager repositories. How is it done […] …read more

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Posted on 07/13/2016

Editor’s note: We’re reviving a once-popular column on getting to know AutoTag better, where we introduce you to cool features you may have overlooked. Today kicks it off with a two parter on the Select Variable. Did you know you can use the Select Variable to tailor a report to show just the output you […] …read more

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Posted on 12/03/2015

We know how important reporting speed is to our customers. That’s why we put a lot of time and energy into making sure our engines are as fast and efficient as possible. How well is that effort paying off? You can see for yourself in the latest “Windward Engine Performance Scorecard,” which has been updated […] …read more

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Posted on 11/24/2015

As told by an American Expat. Note: Ryan has been living and working remotely for Windward from Germany for several years now. He shares a great example of how, from an American’s perspective, German society can be incredibly efficient but the view of service can be, well, lacking. Getting Your Internet Upgraded My Internet needed […] …read more

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