Did you know that there is a "Replace Documents" feature in Showcase?
When you're editing a showcase, it's in the "More" dropdown. You can use it to replace all instances of a document or video within a single showcase.
However, we've recently taken this "Replace Documents" idea and SUPERCHARGED it
January 2017. A new year. New challenges. New potential for growth. That's what Toll Group NZ thought - and they needed a new way of selling, too, in order to fully capitalise on 2017's opportunities. Time to make some waves!
Enter Stun, who put together a sophisticated set of slides
...with our brand-new IDML template.
We at Showcase find Adobe InDesign one of the most useful pieces of software to design Showcase slides with - it's got a good balance of typesetting, and image-based capabilities, including robust vector support.
If you're thinking of using InDesign to create your Showcase slides,
Will Cass doesn't muck around. And as Product Manager at PartsTrader, he knows that his reps can't muck around either. They only have a short window of time to introduce the PartsTrader proposition to mechanics and business owners.
So after spending a mere 5 weeks checking out Showcase Workshop, Will
Here at Showcase we love it when iconic Kiwi businesses come on board to use our award-winning tool to share their story.
Placemakers Canterbury started working with Stun Sells in September 2016 to get a sales toolkit up and running - powered by Showcase of course!
It was a collaborative
Not a "you will meet a tall dark handsome stranger", future-predicting crystal ball, but more like a 'Wicked Witch of the West' crystal ball. That is, one where you can see what's happening from afar.
We have cleverly engineered the Showcase website into a magic viewing portal for the present
Howdy, Showcase Admin users. You know we like you a lot. And we want to make life better for you whenever we can.
Most of you use our Manage Access feature regularly; but if it's new to you, there is a summary here.
One thing that's historically been a little
Apollo 11 – you know, the space rocket that went to the moon in 1969 – had a little computer on it called the Apollo Guidance Computer.
(I say little; it still weighed 31.7kg.)
Recently some nerds compared the computing power of the rocket-guiding computer to the computer in an iPhone
We recently released a whole swag of exciting new features for Editors - you can see a summary in this post.
But what about the Viewer users, huh? Those are the folks out there on the front lines, selling and presenting. Don't they deserve cool new features too?