Profile: Valerie Schilling

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Valerie is passionate about people. Her strengths, with many years in the tech industry, are deeply rooted in relating and communicating. Valerie has an unparalleled tenacity to ensure the people she works with get what they need. Even if your problem is not solved immediately, your day will be brightened by her intelligent and cheerful demeanor.

Posted on 01/21/2016

A quick announcement welcoming a new customer to Windward. Satori Group is a software solutions developer and reseller in Australia that offers a stable of products for business improvement solutions. Application areas include audit and data analytics, data-driven GRC, continuous control and monitoring, audit management, data visualization dashboards, and budgeting, forecasting and management reporting. Head […] …read more

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Posted on 09/02/2015

Editor’s note: Windward is in the midst of evaluating a replacement program for our third-party Web conferencing software. This is the third post in the series.  My assignment was to check out and write up a ReadyTalk review. My conclusion is that ReadyTalk is a great tool (with a ton of fantastic features) that requires […] …read more

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Posted on 04/06/2015

A customer asked us what might happen to his templates if he were to upgrade to the most current version of Windward. I figured you might have similar questions and that I should write a short post on upgrading best practices. So here you go! How do Engine and AutoTag version upgrades work together? Just […] …read more

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Posted on 02/09/2015

Does your SQL database have more than 50,000 nodes?  If so, when you connect to it in AutoTag you won’t see anything past node 49,999.  We have designed AutoTag this way because having to scroll through that many nodes makes the databin unusable. Not to worry! We have an option that will be much better […] …read more

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Posted on 01/28/2015

“When Good Report Tables Go Bad” AutoTag lets you create tables in your reports with ease as long as you remember one simple yet critical concept. That concept is as follows. When you insert tags into a table, also known as a forEach loop, you need to use what’s called the relative select. This ensures […] …read more

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