Pintegrate: helping knowledge workers get their work done

About Us

Pintegrate is a Toronto-area start-up company dedicated to helping knowledge workers get their work done. Our new product does this by integrating employees' applications using "pinning" technology.

Industry Trends & Evolution

As veterans of the enterprise application industry, we're passionate about our goals. We're excited about many of the trends in the enterprise application industry. Mobile devices, cloud applications, consumerization, big data/analytics and enterprise social networks are changing the way we work - for the better in our opinion! At the same time, improvements to software development and deployment environments are enabling agile vendors to deliver great new apps more quickly than ever. These excellent job-specific tools can dramatically improve employee effectiveness. Exciting times, without a doubt, but not without risks. In particular we're concerned about "application overload" and lost opportunities caused by lack of integration between application "silos".

This Meetup

At this Meetup we'll review the above-mentioned industry trends and evolution of the software development business. We'll talk about the benefits and risks these changes bring with them and we'll "show and tell" how Pintegrate can help. Of course as a start-up company we'll be looking for feedback and input on our new product and direction.

Our Backgrounds

Dave Wormald is President of Pintegrate. Prior to starting Pintegrate, Dave dedicated more than 25 years to roles at Nortel and Open Text. At Nortel, Dave took on a diverse set of challenges, culminating in the role of GM of the $200M Enterprise Messaging portfolio. At Open Text, Dave was VP of the FirstClass Division, responsible for FirstClass and Open Text Social Workplace.

 

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  • Connie C.

    Interesting discussion about the problems of workflow and dealing with so many applications in our working lives. Great little demo of Pintegrate.

    April 20, 2012

  • Bob M.

    Thought the initial presentation to provide an overview of the business landscape went a bit too long. Few, quicker slides would have gotten us into the demo asap and allowed for more feedback and brainstorming.

    April 19, 2012

  • Connie C.

    Presentation starts at the 15:47 mark in the video.

    April 19, 2012

  • Martin S.

    A fascinating approach to applying pinning to enterprise worker needs

    April 19, 2012

  • Owen P.

    Excellent, a very robust application. I can see this being readily being used.

    April 19, 2012

  • Stephanie B.

    Interesting tool and great discussion about what it does and how it could meet user needs.

    April 19, 2012

  • Connie C.

    Thanks, Kristine. Hopefully we'll see you next time!

    April 17, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    I wanted to attend, but I am out of town. Have a good meeting!

    April 17, 2012

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