From 2018 to 2019! – Part 1

2018 has been an eventful year for Triggre. In this three-part…
December 11, 2018/by Rutger Boomars

The Triggre Academy: What to expect from the training program?

In our previous blogs, we discussed how the Triggre Academy came…
December 3, 2018/by Eddie Heijblom

The Triggre Academy: Is it right for you?

In July 2018, we held our first introductory session to make…
November 28, 2018/by Julia van der Lingen

The Triggre Academy: Goals, approach and future plans

At Triggre, we are always looking for more ways to let people…
November 8, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

From tester to Guide: how my new position at Triggre changed my job

A few months ago, I joined Triggre as a Guide. Now that I’ve…
July 9, 2018/by Jochem Spronk

Adopting Triggre – Phase 3

When our customers start using Triggre, we usually observe several…
July 9, 2018/by Eddie Heijblom

Introducing: The Triggre Academy

Amersfoort, June 26, 2018 - In the past few years we have trained…
June 26, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

Adopting Triggre – Phase 2

When the Triggre ball starts rolling, efficiency and insight…
June 20, 2018/by Eddie Heijblom

Implementing a digital strategy despite the immense skills shortage

Every year I get the CIO Survey by Harvey Nash / KPMG. While…
June 9, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

Adopting Triggre – Phase 1

When working with customers, we often observe a certain evolution:…
June 6, 2018/by Eddie Heijblom

How much code can be used in no-code platforms?

Code in no-code platforms, that must not be possible, right?…
May 31, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

Want to work more efficiently? Automate your manufacturing process!

If your company manufactures goods or products, it will have…
May 3, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

The difference between low-code and no-code platforms

In my previous post I talked about the rise of no-code platforms…
May 2, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

What can(‘t) you do with Triggre? Get the most out of your tool!

Triggre helps organizations stay competitive in the market. It…
May 1, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

The rise of no-code platforms

Recent years have given rise to many low-code platforms.…
April 6, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

The Netherlands & Belarus: two offices, one team

Triggre’s awesome team has two offices, one in The Netherlands…
April 5, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

GDPR compliance with Triggre

The General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR for short, will…
April 4, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

What I’ve learned by being new to the world of IT

In my last blog, I told you about the need to acknowledge your…
April 3, 2018/by Julia van der Lingen

Worldwide increase in big bankruptcies

The number of big companies that filed for bankruptcy has increased…
April 2, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

Want to push your boundaries? Acknowledge them first!

My first job in the IT-world started a few months ago. It is…
March 4, 2018/by Julia van der Lingen

Why standard software is expensive to customize

“This software product already does 90% of what we need.”…
March 3, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

Pulling back the curtain: a behind-the-scenes look at Triggre

A little while ago, I test drove a Tesla out of curiosity whether…
March 2, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

When digitization goes too far

Many schools use student information systems, and have been for…
March 1, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

Why Triggre is great for developers

At Triggre, we use our own product to automate a variety of internal…
February 3, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

Applying the right mindset

The last time I went skiing was about 20 years ago. Skis were…
February 2, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

Innovative initiatives: how do you realize them?

In our last blogs about innovation, we discussed the importance…
February 1, 2018/by Mark Hulshof

Innovation killers: how to recognize and eliminate reluctance

In our previous blog about innovation, we discussed why it is…
January 5, 2018/by Mark Hulshof

A new year, a new logo

Perhaps you had already noticed that our website has a new logo.…
January 4, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

Embrace innovation: the importance of future-proofing your organization

Most organizations have plenty of forward-thinking people who…
January 3, 2018/by Mark Hulshof

Maintenance on software is just like car maintenance: you’re getting played

In 2008, I brought my car to the shop for a periodic check-up,…
January 2, 2018/by Jesse Meijers

Bridging the gap: how to make software creation accessible across departments

In many companies, organizational departments are separated.…
January 1, 2018/by Julia van der Lingen

Our best-read posts of 2017

In 2017 we kept up the hard work of previous years and provided…
December 3, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

2017 just flew by at Triggre

What a year! It is hard to fathom we are almost living in 2018.…
December 2, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

How to draft a plan of improvement

In our previous blogs, we discussed the importance of determining…
December 1, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Behind the scenes

It has been a while since we updated you on our endeavors regarding…
November 5, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

The road to success: finding the bottlenecks in your process

“Where can we make the greatest impact?” It’s a question…
November 4, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Steps towards determining the happy flow

If you want to jump on the digitalization train, you will quickly…
November 3, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

1000x Faster than Programming – Part 3: Our Strategy

In my previous two posts, I described the Simplicity / Functionality…
November 2, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

1000x Faster than Programming – Part 2: Impossible Strategies

In my previous post I discussed the simplicity / functionality…
November 1, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

1000x Faster than Programming – Part 1: The Simplicity / Functionality Quadrant

Recently we released a completely redesigned version of our platform,…
October 6, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

What you can learn from a tiny European country

One of the most persistent prejudices around is that governments,…
October 5, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

How the Rolodex was digitalized and what you should learn from it

There used to be a time, which I hope many of you have forgotten…
October 4, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

How developers getting more expensive is silently killing innovation

It is hardly a big secret that it is hard to find good developers.…
October 3, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Automate your business! Part 4: What’s next?

Once you have decided which processes you’d like to automate,…
October 2, 2017/by Eddie Heijblom

The real reason your software projects cost more than quoted

It was the summer of 2001, when I walked into the office of a…
October 1, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Automate your business! Part 3: how to make a good start

Now that you’ve discovered your own processes and have a…
September 2, 2017/by Eddie Heijblom

Automate your business! Part 2: processes that benefit from automation

Last time, we wrote that discovering processes is an essential…
September 1, 2017/by Eddie Heijblom

Automate your business! Part 1: discovering processes

Automation: you’ve heard all about it, and as a twenty-first…
August 5, 2017/by Eddie Heijblom

Guest blog – Digital logistics doesn’t require IT!

Coordinating processes better without extra pressure on IT:…
August 4, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Soon-to-be-released version of Triggre: “Less buttons, more options, greater fun!”

At Triggre, we believe that everyone should be able to make software.…
August 3, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Guest blog – From scratch to finish in no time: stopping the ‘IT drag’

Every good solution starts with a brilliant idea. So if you…
August 2, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Hassle-free software creation: join the new movement!

A new movement is gaining ground in the business community, and…
August 1, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Guest blog- Innovating empowerment

At AtoomClub, we believe in a selection of key values to set…
July 1, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Communicating digital change

There are many ways to deal with digital in your company. While…
May 25, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Stop increasing programming speed. It is a waste of time.

The world is moving at a faster pace than it used to. Okay, technically…
May 24, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Digital revolution: grab the opportunity and boost effectiveness

‘Digital revolution’ is a hot topic, especially for B2B companies.…
May 23, 2017/by Mark Hulshof

Frugality in software development kills security

It's a nightmare for any company. A data leak. Since last year, European…
May 22, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Towards modern digitalization in three steps

It is safe to say that ‘digital enterprise’ has become a…
May 21, 2017/by Mark Hulshof

How do you know your applications are secure?

In recent years, the media attention on the lack of security…
May 20, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Brand new: code name Gulliver

Amersfoort, May 19, 2017 - Triggre set out to invent an entirely…
May 19, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Application security is harder than you might think

Developers are expected to write secure applications. Managers…
May 18, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

The hidden problem that is killing your Scrum team’s productivity

Over the past decade, agile has taken over as the most popular…
May 17, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Going paperless the right way

The paper leave process
When we first started our company we…
May 16, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

The lazy designer

"Always choose a lazy man to do a difficult job, because he will…
May 15, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

What happened to organizations going paperless?

There are very few organizations that work paperless. Recent…
May 14, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

No-code platforms: A developer’s delight

We are headed for an enormous IT shortage. One glance at even…
May 13, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

What I learned in my first months at a (tech) start-up

It has been almost four months since I switched from an established…
May 12, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Business lessons from the world of sports: basics, basics, basics

Playing sports at a very high competitive level is very rewarding.…
May 11, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Every founder should watch this 2011 sports movie

There are few movies that have shaped my view on teams as much…
May 10, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Triggre goes Biggre: CeBIT

Triggre wants to conquer the world. As every journey starts with…
May 9, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Design: simple steps towards an advanced application

Building an application with Triggre is easy and fun. But what…
May 8, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Top-notch applications in 4 steps: quality control at Triggre

Software quality is taken very seriously at Triggre. We firmly…
May 7, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Business lessons from the world of sports: Process Goals

We had just lost our final game at the World Ultimate Championships,…
May 6, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Jazz music makes you a better developer

What does your development team look like? Have you ever thought…
May 5, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

5 tips to foster creativity in your team

Over the past years working with the amazing team at Triggre,…
May 4, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Development of Triggre: how a more technical approach ensures an easy to use platform

‘Agile’ has become an indispensable term in the world of…
May 3, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Triggre attains Microsoft Application Development competency

That’s why, when the first ideas for the Triggre platform were…
May 2, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

The proof of the pudding is in the eating

Practically everyone has at least some experience with software…
May 1, 2017/by Jesse Meijers

Why your kids shouldn’t pursue a career in coding

When I was in high-school, in the nineties, there was a simple…
May 30, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

Triggre Guides versus IT consultants: what are the differences?

The time in which traditional IT consultants rule a company’s…
May 29, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

Custom software is very quickly becoming so expensive, only the richest companies can afford it

A recent article on AG Connect, a Dutch IT website, states that…
May 28, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

Customer case: an efficiency boost with OCI’s portal

Information provision: that’s a keyword for chemical company…
May 27, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

Our best-read posts of 2016

Every week I browse through our website analytics to see how…
May 26, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

2016 was a year to remember

We are a company that is very focused on the future. Our goals…
May 25, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

How Triggre helps innovative IT departments and business units

In my two previous posts, I talked about bridging the divide…
May 24, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

Using company DNA as a differentiator

A good product can only take you so far. If it’s not rooted…
May 23, 2016/by Mark Hulshof

Bridging the big divide between IT departments and business units

Two weeks ago, I shared our vision on how visionary IT departments…
May 22, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

Why are IT projects often a hassle?

Managers – especially those with an entrepreneurial spirit…
May 21, 2016/by Mark Hulshof

Why visionary IT departments allow business units to make software themselves

We meet with a lot of CIO’s and IT managers when companies…
May 20, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

How to very easily save money on contracts with NoticeMe

Subscriptions and contracts can be annoying. Especially those…
May 19, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

Customer case: NCR and Triggre’s fruitful collaboration

Joining forces with a third party to create software can be frightening.…
May 18, 2016/by Eddie Heijblom

The evolution of programming

From what is arguably the first computer, designed by John…
May 17, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

Meet Triggre’s guides: “Software creation presents a world of possibilities”

Bringing IT closer to people, eliminating the programmer from…
May 16, 2016/by Eddie Heijblom

How to Convert and Old-School Application to Current Standards

Many companies are still using applications that were designed…
May 15, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

Digitization and automation: what’s the difference and why do you need both?

Simply put, digitization comprises the processing of analogue…
May 14, 2016/by Eddie Heijblom

3 Tips to Rethink and Greatly Improve your Business Processes

Together with our customers we have made quite some interesting…
May 13, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

The Triggre Design Philosophy – Part 3

In the previous two posts about our design philosophy you could…
May 12, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

Triggre Guides: a behind-the-scenes look

Triggre is built on a strong belief in revolutionizing the status…
May 11, 2016/by Mark Hulshof

The Triggre Design Philosophy – Part 2

Having a vision of what you want to achieve is one thing, getting…
May 10, 2016/by Jesse Meijers

Software creation: the ‘why’ and the ‘how’

Why do you want to create software in the first place? What motivates…
May 9, 2016/by Mark Hulshof