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  • Vil du arbeide med fremtidens meetings & events software?

    By on May 9, 2016

    Qondor er en administrasjonsplattform for administrasjon av større møter, seminarer, gruppereiser og events, og er i daglig bruk blant verdens største leverandører av slike tjenester. Qondor er i sin helhet eid og utviklet av Revio AS i Norge, og grunnet sterk vekst i kundemasse søker vi nå nye medarbeidere som lever og ånder for å implementere effektive prosesser hos våre kunder. Stillingens navn: Customer

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  • Hvorfor jeg digger å jobbe i et lite selskap

    By on October 7, 2015

    Mitt råd til ferdigutdannede IT-konsulenter: ikke bare se mot de store selskapene som er fulle av lovnader om god lønn, rask stigning i grader og trygg arbeidsplass. Se også etter de små selskapene. Det kan være vel så bra, hvis ikke bedre, å jobbe i en slik bedrift. Det er ikke sikkert at dette stemmer i alle tilfeller, men det

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  • Why being an expert is a problem

    By on September 11, 2015

    Shoshin is a concept in Zen Buddhism meaning “beginner’s mind“. It refers to having an attitude of openness, eagerness, and lack of preconceptions when studying a subject, even when studying at an advanced level, just as a beginner in that subject would. Most of us are quite good at what we do for a living, basically because we do it

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  • The cat is out of the bag!

    By on September 8, 2015

    Up in the sky, look: It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s Superman! Wait a minute.. actually, it is a bird! We’ve been posting rumours about us visiting other countries the last few months, and this week travelers from the UK and France are suddenly visiting us! And why is that? To learn about Qondor, that’s why! Qondor is (or at least we’re

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  • Powered by Revio.. But powering what!?

    What is really going on over there, anyway?

    By on August 7, 2015

    To be continued, they said. Then nothing happened for 8 months. Lies! Fake hype! Or was it? Additional sightings of Revio employees in Stockholm and Paris has been reported this spring, and we even heard rumours about Silicon Valley. Surely that can’t be true? We’ve tried to get Revio to reveal what they were hinting at in the fight or flight

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  • I got 99 problems, would you be willing to help me solve one?

    By on March 17, 2015

    As a software company, many people are probably affected by the (lack of) quality in the products you provide. If you screw up really bad, the experience can be so frustrating that people almost break down and cry. Instead of helping them get the job done, their computers are actively working against them. Crying is a powerful expression of emotion, one that few share in the workplace. Wouldn’t you feel terrible if you were told that your products triggered negative emotions like despair, frustration and anger in your users?

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  • Using visualisation to discuss problems based on where they surface

    By on January 26, 2015

    Kanban is gradually getting known as a management (or change management) method, and is probably best known for the characteristic Kanban board.

    That’s only sort of the topic for this post, though. More specifically, it’s about how we can use the board to discuss problems based on where they surface. All processes consist of what we call a “workflow”. A set of steps or stages required to complete the process. Each phase is named based on what we are doing or attempting to find out in that stage of the process

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  • Pride

    By on January 18, 2015

    In Revio we keep talking about the importance of being proud of what we do. If we think it’s good, our customers probably will too. Lately I’ve been worried that we’re not getting the message across properly – So allow me to make it crystal clear.

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  • Picture of The Spanish City fairground

    The Spanish City

    By on December 21, 2014

    “Oh, girl it looks so pretty to me, just like it always did – Oh like the Spanish city to me, when we were kids” Music is a powerful force. I must have listened to “Tunnel of Love” by Dire Straits a thousand times. A track where the thrill of an amusement park becomes a metaphor for life.

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  • Fight or Flight?

    By on November 20, 2014

    Fight or flight? We are preparing to do both!

    Revio already has offices in Oslo and Trondheim. Recently, rumours have emerged about a stealth team working out of Poland. Only within the last couple of weeks, unconfirmed sightings of Revio management has come out of both London and Paris. What is going on?

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