Indellient Rides Big to Support the Heart & Stroke Foundation

Mudeeha Yousaf | June 09, 2017

On June 7th, team Indellient powered a 30-seat Big Bike and took it for a heart-pumping spin around the neighborhood – an initiative organized by the Heart and Stroke foundation to spread awareness about the importance of a healthy lifestyle.   After receiving a great turnout and positive reviews from last year’s event, we decided []


Indellient Supports Ride for Heart

Sean Forbes | June 05, 2017

On Sunday June 4th, Indellient team members took to the Gardiner Expressway to ride away with a crowd of over 1, 500 people who gathered together to support the Becel Heart & Stroke Ride for Heart initiative – one that I have been supporting for over 10 years.   Our five-person team consisted of Jon, []


Aesees, Software Developer, Celebrates Five Years at Indellient

Mudeeha Yousaf | May 29, 2017

Like our business, our people don’t fit into a cookie-cutter model either, and Indellient’s story can’t be told without them. The Faces of Indellient: Employee Spotlights will feature some of the faces that make up our team who are the drivers behind our success.     Aesees Bakhshi, a Software Developer at Indellient, celebrated five []


Indellient Attends Chef Partner Conference

Mudeeha Yousaf | May 17, 2017

On Jan. 16, we announced our technology partnership with Chef – a leader in IT automation – to expand our DevOps portfolio. And now 3 members of our team are jetting off to Austin, Texas to take part in ChefConf 2017 which brings together 2, 000 members from the DevOps community from around the world. []


Data Science in Practice: Lunch & Learn Recap

Ginny Gao | May 05, 2017

This blog was written by Ginny Gao, Senior Data Analyst at Indellient. On May 4, 2017 Ginny presented some key concepts in Data Science at our monthly Lunch & Learn and shared how to use Data Science to uncover hidden patterns and solve business challenges.   Data is everywhere. Today’s data and its characteristics was the focal point []


MIT Sloan Management Review: Analytics as a Source of Business Innovation

Mudeeha Yousaf | May 02, 2017

Competitive advantage from analytics is changing, and for the better. This was one of the key findings from the 2017 Data & Analytics Report by MIT Sloan Management Review. Based on interviews with more than 2,600 practitioners and scholars globally, the report revealed an increasing ability to strategically innovate when companies embraced analytics. The seventh annual []


Why Culture Counts at Indellient

Japneet Gill | April 26, 2017

Our Culture Is Your Culture   Organizational culture is not something that is created, it is naturally formed by the individuals within the organization. At Indellient, we all work together to create and maintain a culture that’s not one-size-fits-all.   We are built on a set of core values that emphasize high customer satisfaction, reliability, []


Recap: The Art of Marketing

Mudeeha Yousaf | April 04, 2017

Yesterday I had the pleasure of attending my first #TheArtOf conference and join a dynamic community of thought leaders and learn from the crème de le crème of the trade. The subject of discussion for the full-day event was about marketing and all that comes with it – including the social, psychological and physical impacts it []


Let’s Celebrate Women in Tech on International Women’s Day!

Mudeeha Yousaf | March 09, 2017

Technology brings a level of connectivity to the world – and on March 8, women in tech addressed their connectivity to the industry, or lack thereof, and the importance of increasing their presence in this sphere for greater change and impact.   The goal of International Women’s Day – a global day celebrating the social, []


Indellient Attends All-Nighter Hacking Marathon

Mudeeha Yousaf | January 30, 2017

To sleep or not to sleep? That was the question on every Programmer’s mind at the annual Hackathon event held by McMaster University.   On January 28-29, a few Indellient team members shared their insight and experiences as we served as sponsors, mentors and panelists for McMaster University‘s student hackathon for positive change. The intensive 24 []