Mi-Corporation http://www.mi-corporation.com Mobile Information Solutions for Mission-Critical Processes Sun, 22 Nov 2015 21:35:57 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.2 The Threat in Your Pocket: Mobile App Insecurity http://www.mi-corporation.com/blog/the-threat-in-your-pocket-mobile-app-insecurity/ http://www.mi-corporation.com/blog/the-threat-in-your-pocket-mobile-app-insecurity/#comments Fri, 30 Oct 2015 18:16:55 +0000 http://www.mi-corporation.com/?p=17445 Continue reading ]]> The Threat In Your Pocket: Mobile App InsecurityIn this day and age, there's no shortage of cybersecurity drama. From the hack of the US Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to the disasters at Sony and Target, system security breaches have practically become commonplace.

Recent incidents have also revealed vulnerabilities in commonly used mobile apps as well, such as when 40 apps were found to be malware-infected in Apple's Chinese app store, affecting millions.

I recently attended a talk presented by MobileIron, which discussed some of the 'mobile' security threats that manifest themselves through our smartphones, including:

  • The ability for apps to run malicious code to take control of the device resources like microphones to record conversations and upload them to a server--without the user ever knowing!
  • The ability for hackers to intercept data during transmission between a mobile app and backend servers.
  • The vulnerability of public Wi-Fi networks that most of us end up using at some point--Starbucks, airport, etc.

(Is it just me, or is this post starting to sound a lot like a James Bond movie?)

So what does the average B2E or B2B mobile app user or provider do about all this other than throw up their hands in despair?

A whole host of companies are tackling these challenges in some very interesting ways. For starters, avoiding things like jailbreaking the OS on your device is a simple user-side fix, and as Gartner mentions, most mobile security breaches are a result of misconfiguring apps.

Mobile Application Management companies like Apperian, provide a great software platform that can be used to test/inspect apps and manage all types of policies for those apps in both BYOD and corporate device environments.

This blog post by Apperian nicely summarizes the three categories in which to think about mobile app security.

  • Data at rest (DAR)
  • Data in use (DUI)
  • Data in motion (DIM)

Here's what we're doing at Mi-Corporation to ensure the security of our customers' data as we power their mission-critical workflows:

1. We take great care to ensure data encryption in all our software platforms, at rest within our app containers, and in transmission.

2. All communication between components occurs via HTTPS and can use SSL certificates.

3. We maintain a detailed set of audit trails that can track every ink stroke, value and more on specific devices, locations, and with date/time stamps.

Having passed audits by several large organizations and 3rd party cybersecurity firms, we are comfortable and confident in the ability of our systems to deliver peace of mind to our customers.

More information is available in our Mi-Forms Security Overview if you're looking for a fun bedtime read.

Happy securing!


Gautham Pandiyan

VP of Sales & Marketing


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The Origins of Predictive Maintenance http://www.mi-corporation.com/blog/the-origins-of-predictive-maintenance/ http://www.mi-corporation.com/blog/the-origins-of-predictive-maintenance/#comments Thu, 22 Oct 2015 18:05:35 +0000 http://www.mi-corporation.com/?p=17388 Continue reading ]]> The Origins of Predictive Maintenance

Excerpts taken from Mariner's The Origins of Predictive Maintenance.
Original author: Peter Darragh, VP of Delivery at Mariner

The origins of predictive maintenance (PdM) begin with the practice of condition-based maintenance, which many attribute to CH Waddington.

Waddington, along with two Nobel laureates, four Fellows of the Royal Society and a Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences Australia, investigated the "intolerably bread-and-butter affair" of organizing maintenance of the Royal Air Force Coastal Command 502 Squadron.

Previous to Waddington's maintenance recommendations, the squadron was inspecting aircrafts based on planned maintenance schedules as determined by the manufacturer. Some steps required dis-assembling parts of the aircraft so they could be inspected.

After a five-month trial applying their maintenance recommendations, one of the most unexpected findings was, "The rate of failure or repair is highest just after an inspection and thereafter falls, becoming constant after about 40-50 flying hours."  

Waddington and team concluded, "The inspection tends to increase breakdowns, and this can only be because it is doing positive harm by disturbing a reasonably satisfactory state of affairs."


Predictive Maintenance Thwarts Waddington Effect

The planned preventative maintenance, the purpose of which was to prevent unplanned failures, was actually creating unplanned failures. This behavior was termed, "The Waddington Effect."

Their advice was to change the maintenance process to be in-tune with the actual condition of the equipment and its actual usage patterns. It was the beginning of conditioned-based maintenance. It was also the beginning of using economic and probabilistic information to determine inspection cycle strategies, which becomes the foundation for predictive maintenance.

If you find yourself fixing the same things on the same equipment over and over again, you may be stuck in The Waddington Effect and need to move to a maintenance approach that is more condition-based and predictive.

Register for our upcoming webcast to learn more about predictive maintenance and how to gather the critical data needed to make your maintenance programs more accurate and efficient.


Excerpts taken from Mariner's The Origins of Predictive Maintenance.

Original author: Peter Darragh, VP of Delivery at Mariner

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New Mobile App Platform to Provide Paperless Workflows http://www.mi-corporation.com/news-and-events/new-mobile-app-platform-to-provide-paperless-workflows/ http://www.mi-corporation.com/news-and-events/new-mobile-app-platform-to-provide-paperless-workflows/#comments Thu, 15 Oct 2015 13:05:25 +0000 http://www.mi-corporation.com/?p=17334 Read More]]>  

New Mobile App Platform To Provide Paperless Workflows

Built Specifically With Ease-of-Use & Maximum Workforce User Adoption In Mind

Durham, N.C. – Mi-Corporation today announced the worldwide release of Mi-Apps, a robust, flexible business app built for enterprise organizations that digitizes and streamlines mission critical business processes.

Mi-Apps enables organizations to eliminate paper and provide employees with more efficient mobile app-based processes, empowering them to accomplish more with less, achieve quicker, cleaner data reporting and invoicing, and provide better customer service.

“The benefits that organizations have gained from mobile business technologies speak for themselves,” said Greg Clary, CEO & Co-Founder, Mi-Corporation.

“We’ve worked with businesses to eliminate paper and mobilize processes for more than 15 years and have heard the same complaint over and over again, from all kinds of businesses: paper is inefficient, redundant and error prone, but due to lack of budget, stakeholder buy-in and a struggle with user adoption—no realistic solution has been implemented. With these savvy, forward thinking business leaders in mind, we created Mi-Apps to be scalable, flexible and easy-to-use, to enable organizations to overcome these kinds of hurdles,” said Clary.

Mi-Apps is extremely flexible and can be used for any data collection process, with the most common use cases comprising inspections, sales order entry, and time reporting for workforce accountability.

The types of benefits that Mi-Corporation customers have experienced from mobilizing their data collection processes include:

  • Substantial cost and time savings ($675,000/year in one example)
  • Quicker business cycles (80% fewer steps in one example)
  • New revenue streams (11% higher profit margins in one example)
  • Increased accuracy and accountability (100x more accurate data in one example)
  • Workforce and asset management with real-time insight into business data (same day reporting versus a four-week lag in one example)
  • Happier employees and customers, among other benefits

Mi-Apps gives in-the-field, offline access to enterprise database information, collects rich data (barcodes, photos, voice, GPS coordinates, signatures and more) and handles 100% of enterprise organizations’ complex mobile form & workflow needs, including business rules, routing and approval steps, user management, integration, and data security. Additionally, Mi-Apps can be hosted on-premise or in the secure Microsoft Azure Government or Azure Commercial Cloud, which takes the burden off of IT departments and allows for faster app deployments.

With a passion for making a positive impact on the world with technology, Mi-Corporation leverages strategic partnerships with leading organizations including but not limited to Esri, Intel, Panasonic, Samsung, Xplore Technologies, Anoto, and Microsoft—and was named Microsoft’s 2015 Government: Public Sector Partner of the Year.

>> Learn more about Mi-Apps





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How Tablet-Based Field Inspections Enable Govt. Organizations To Do More With Less http://www.mi-corporation.com/blog/how-tablet-based-field-inspections-enable-govt-organizations-to-do-more-with-less/ http://www.mi-corporation.com/blog/how-tablet-based-field-inspections-enable-govt-organizations-to-do-more-with-less/#comments Thu, 08 Oct 2015 14:41:23 +0000 http://www.mi-corporation.com/?p=17290 Read More]]>  

iCenter_NCDA&CSThank you to everyone who joined us for our recent Microsoft-hosted live webcast featuring longtime Mi-Corporation customer, the North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services.



In case you couldn’t attend, here's a preview of what you missed:


Dwight E. Seal, District Manager, and Travis Snodgrass, Field Inspector, of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services shared their experience moving from a paper-based pesticide inspection process to a Mi-Forms mobile form solution.


The keys to a successful mobile project.


  • Start small, and then expand
  • Clearly state & define your goals in order to measure the project’s success

(TIP: use the results of your first project to help get your next project approved)

  • Get to know your State’s IT personnel to ensure a smooth, compliant process 


  • Invite the project’s stakeholders to take part in the planning process (including IT personnel, field staff/end-users, among others)
  • Work with your team to identify additional ways to optimize the workflow

(TIP: Utilize Mi-Corporation’s free consulting services)


  • Create a repeatable training program to guarantee buy-in from users
  • Measure & identify success metrics to make sure the project is meeting your previously defined goals
  • REPEAT! Discover other areas of your business that could benefit from an optimized, paperless process


NCDA&CS success metrics.

  1. Net taxpayer savings (2012-2014) of $219, 210.70+ (and $72, 791/year moving forward)
  2. 2-4 week process reduced to 1 day with happier citizens, too
  3. Delighted, more productive inspectors (since they no longer carry around binders of paper, never run out of forms, no longer need to enter redundant data, and more)

For more details on the NCDA&CS paperless project:

>> Read the NCDA&CS Case Study


We’d like to thank Dwight and Travis for taking the time to share their mobile project experience with everyone, and to Eric Ellis, CTO of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, and Chris Estes, North Carolina State CIO, and the North Carolina Innovation Center for hosting us and making the event possible.


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The Importance of Mobile App User Adoption: Introducing Mi-Apps http://www.mi-corporation.com/blog/the-importance-of-mobile-app-user-adoption-introducing-mi-apps/ http://www.mi-corporation.com/blog/the-importance-of-mobile-app-user-adoption-introducing-mi-apps/#comments Tue, 06 Oct 2015 15:57:14 +0000 http://www.mi-corporation.com/?p=17204 Read More]]> Mi-AppsEmailImage(1200x800)(2)

At Mi-Corporation, we have seen that replacing a paper-based process with a mobile app solution can produce results such as:

  • 100x more accurate data
  • 80% fewer steps in the process
  • $675,000 in annual cost savings
  • 11% higher profit margins and 25% quicker invoicing

Given the prevalence of mobility and mobile apps in our personal and professional lives, organizations no longer need to be "sold" on the concept of replacing paper and clipboard processes with a mobile solution.

However, getting from Step A to Step Z is not as simple as it may appear, especially in the context of the highly complex B2E (business to employee) enterprise, which typically rely heavily on security, integration, user management and offline capabilities.


Interested in a step by step plan for a successful mobility project?

Check out 5 Steps to Becoming an Operations Superhero


The iceberg graphic below illustrates the complexity that is sometimes glossed over when considering mobile form software solutions.

Mi-Corporation's Mobile Solutions Handle 100% of Your Needs

In our 15+ years of experience at Mi-Corporation, organizations repeatedly report that the #1 reason they struggle with mobile projects, or that their mobile projects have failed, is due to poor user adoption.

If you ask a field worker--who has been accustomed to their pen, paper and clipboard process for decades--to change what they are doing in the field, invariably resistance will follow. And if it takes any longer initially than the paper process, or causes any additional work to get up and running, more than likely their new tablet will become a nice brick or even a paper-weight.

There are many reasons for poor user adoption that include, but are not limited to:

  • A poorly designed user interface that is not intuitive or user-friendly
  • Limited involvement of end users in the design process
  • Lack of effective iterative testing by end users
  • Insufficient training of end users prior to deployment
  • Absence of parallelized processes during initial launch
  • Technology that forces end users to change their processes
  • A lack of incentives & benefits for end users in the project

User Adoption Chart

Today, I'm thrilled to announce the latest advance in mobile UI/UX from Mi-Corporation: Mi-Apps, available October 15.

Presenting familiar, user-intuitive interfaces on iOS and Android, Mi-Apps will enable organizations to overcome user adoption hurdles with technology that makes users want to give up the clipboard and paper in a heartbeat!

Built on the same powerful, responsive technology as Facebook's mobile app, Mi-Apps was designed for maximum user adoption and is backed by the same Mi-Enterprise Middleware technology that powers Mi-Corporation's Mi-Forms mobile form software.


To learn more about Mi-Apps, join our upcoming webcast.

Thursday, October 15 at 2PM ET / 11AM PT

Reserve Your Seat




Gautham Pandiyan

VP of Sales & Marketing, Mi-Corporation


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Eliminate Payroll Bottlenecks with a Mobile Timesheet Solution http://www.mi-corporation.com/blog/eliminate-payroll-bottlenecks-with-a-mobile-timesheet-solution/ http://www.mi-corporation.com/blog/eliminate-payroll-bottlenecks-with-a-mobile-timesheet-solution/#comments Thu, 10 Sep 2015 20:23:29 +0000 http://www.mi-corporation.com/?p=17099 Read More]]> Eliminate Payroll Headaches

If you're like most organizations that have mobile or contracted employees, the payroll scramble at the end of each pay period is a huge headache--not only for your payroll department, but for every employee involved in the process.

In addition to the infamous payroll bottleneck, other manual, paper-based employee time collection complaints we hear about are related to data entry errors, tedious reporting processes and the expensive costs associated with payroll mistakes. Any of those sound familiar?

What if we told you we have a solution that solves ALL of your employee time reporting problems--without having to change payroll systems?

MobileTimesheetLandingPageCoverMeet the latest addition to Mi-Corporation's repertoire of mobile business process applications: Mi-Timesheets, a mobile timesheet solution.

Say 'good-bye' to payroll bottlenecks, reporting errors, and tedious manual employee time entry, and 'hello' to easy mobile device time entry (from anywhere--even without an internet connection), and stress-free payroll with Mi-Timesheets.

Features you and your team will love:

1. Activity-based time tracking.

With the ability to track time spent on various activities, Mi-Timesheets enables organizations to quickly and easily assess job costs to identify their most efficient and inefficient processes.

2. Automatic calculation of straight, overtime & double time hours.

Save on costs associated with payroll errors by completely eliminating the risk for human calculation mistakes with Mi-Timesheets' ability to automatically calculate straight, overtime and double time hours worked.

3. Automated workflow approval process.

Find huge time savings in an automated workflow and approval process. Think about your current time reporting process, including the time it takes to physically route paper timesheets to managers for approval, then to payroll for final approval and processing (usually on the last day of the pay period). With Mi-Timesheets, employees can simply clock time anywhere from a mobile device, which then routes directly to their manager's inbox for approval. Managers can then sign for approval, which notifies payroll immediately so they can give final approval and generate reports.

4. Payroll analytics reports and charts.

Mi-Corporation's out-of-the-box mobile timesheet solution comes standard with multiple reports such as a weekly time report, employee time summary report, labor hours based on project & activity report, accidents based on project report, and more.


Stop stressing about payroll and optimize the way you collect and report employee time with Mi-Timesheets.

Free Mobile Timesheet Demo

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B2C Mobile Commerce Apps – Convenience, Costs & New Revenue Streams http://www.mi-corporation.com/blog/b2c-mobile-commerce-apps-convenience-costs-new-revenue-streams/ http://www.mi-corporation.com/blog/b2c-mobile-commerce-apps-convenience-costs-new-revenue-streams/#comments Wed, 09 Sep 2015 17:41:09 +0000 http://www.mi-corporation.com/?p=17090 Read More]]> Mobile Apps

The first wave of mobile apps primarily involved B2C use-cases, where consumer-facing enterprises (think Delta Airlines, Amazon, Coke etc.) developed and published mobile apps to serve the various needs of their consumer customers.

Certainly this wave is by no means complete, and B2C enterprise organizations continue to develop and publish B2C mobile apps to enable convenience for their consumer customers, reduce operational costs, and open new revenue streams. Location-based technologies like iBeacons & NFC are also creating new ways to enable mobile marketing and commerce, harnessing GPS capabilities of these devices.

According to Wikipedia, the phrase “Mobile Commerce” means “the delivery of electronic commerce capabilities directly into the consumer’s hand, anywhere, via wireless technology”, and represents a $230 billion market.

m-PESA Mobile AppMobile Commerce in some parts of the world are far more advanced than in the developed markets – a good example is m-PESA, used widely in Kenya and other parts of Africa to transfer money, make payments and more, from simple SMS text messaging from any cell phone (not just a smart one!).

I can think of no better personal example of a B2C mobile app that’s impacted me than the banking app I use, which has eliminated most of my visits to the bank (and the need to talk to a teller in person, or visit an ATM). I can check balances, transfer money, deposit checks, all from the comfort of my couch. That makes me a happier customer, and reduces operational costs for the bank. And oh, by the way, if I wanted to open a new account or apply for a credit card with the bank? I can do that too, with the same ease & comfort from my couch as well (surprise)!

Taco Bell App

Let’s take a look at another example use-case, featured in Business Week, of the Taco Bell Live Más Mobile App. Having launched this app in October 2014, Taco Bell was looking to get food to customers faster and cut down on the number of wrong orders delivered. Not only did they discover that the app users ordered more than the average in-store customer, but from the privacy and comfort of their smartphones, consumers would also go for the “extra” orders too, ordering extra cheese, larger portions and more. The Live Más app has been downloaded 3 million times, is available for Taco Bell’s 6,000 restaurants in the US, and on average, app users spend about $10 per order--20% more than the average in-store order. The app even uses geo-fencing technology to make sure your order is only filled when you’re within 500 feet of a Taco Bell location, to ensure the food is hot, and allows consumers to choose whether they will use the drive-in, or come inside to pick it up. Taco Bell’s sales were up 6% in the period ending March 21, while also helping it continue to present a tech-savvy face for the company to its desired young clientele. Not bad for a mobile commerce app! Next time you get a Taco Bell craving, skip the line and order ahead…and go ahead & indulge yourself with an ‘extra’ something!



Gautham Pandiyan

VP of Sales & Marketing



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Mi-Corporation Provides Dinner to Families at Ronald McDonald House of Durham http://www.mi-corporation.com/blog/mi-co-provides-dinner-to-families-at-ronald-mcdonald-house-of-durham/ http://www.mi-corporation.com/blog/mi-co-provides-dinner-to-families-at-ronald-mcdonald-house-of-durham/#comments Mon, 31 Aug 2015 18:06:47 +0000 http://www.mi-corporation.com/?p=17043 Read More]]> Mi-CoTeamAtRMHD

On Friday, August 28, the Mi-Corporation team sponsored our first of many dinners to come at the Ronald McDonald House of Durham located on Duke University’s campus. We cannot THANK our generous food donors enough--Smokey’s BBQ Shack of Morrisville, NC and Anna’s Gourmet Goodies of Raleigh, NC--for donating the delicious fixings for Friday’s meal!

RMHD Dinner

Established in 1980, the Durham-based Ronald McDonald House was the 13th House to be constructed in the nation—and was the first to be established without the support of a professional football team. Instead, the House is completely funded by the local community, has expanded to house 55 families each night, and has maintained an average occupancy rate of 97.5%.

RMHD Entrance

Upon first arriving at the Ronald McDonald House of Durham (RMHD), the love and compassion that has gone into this House could be felt even before stepping through the lobby doorway. Located on Duke University’s campus, the lush vegetation and beautiful landscaping surrounding the home made us feel very calm and at ease as we walked up to the house from the nearby parking lot.

As we entered through the main doorway into the lobby, RMHD’s cheerful and friendly staff welcomed us and led us back to their industrial-sized kitchen. As we walked through, we were completely awed by the grand fireplace and inspiring artwork that filled the community hangout space, truly making the area feel like a warm and cozy living room.

RMHD artwork

Once we had all the food, drink and serve-ware set out buffet-style, some of our team went to work on baking some brownies for dessert, and we even had time for a grand tour of the House!

Our tour-guide took us around the various floors, shared facts and stories about the House, explained all the colorfully decorated tiles covering the ceiling throughout the building (created by families staying at the house), and so much more. We laughed, we cried, and most importantly our hearts were warmed by all that the RMHD does for families staying at the home with sick children that are more often than not fighting for their lives.


We highly recommend a visit to the Ronald McDonald House of Durham for anyone living in or traveling to the Raleigh-Durham area. There are many ways to help support the House whether by purchasing a t-shirt, collecting soda pop tabs or simply making a donation of food, household items, and books among other necessities.

While Mi-Corporation has supported the RMHD for some time, specifically on their mobile form/data collection software needs, it was an amazing experience for all of us to get to visit the House in-person, meet many of the families staying at the house, and have the opportunity to be part of a great cause. We look forward to sponsoring more meals to come at the Ronald McDonald House of Durham, and hope all the families enjoyed the meal.





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Securing Mobile Sales, Service Efficiency http://www.mi-corporation.com/news-and-events/securing-mobile-sales-service-efficiency/ http://www.mi-corporation.com/news-and-events/securing-mobile-sales-service-efficiency/#comments Tue, 25 Aug 2015 14:08:49 +0000 http://www.mi-corporation.com/?p=17001 Read More]]> doyle

In 2014, Mi-Corporation worked with Rochester, NY-based Doyle Security Systems on implementing a Mi-Forms mobile forms solution for their sales order entry process.

Mi-Forms was able to integrate with Doyle's security automation platform, as well as the company's SedonaOffice accounting and service software. "We were able to build workflows within the tool," said Devon Ritch, Director of Information Technology at Doyle Security Systems. "They did more than just automate the forms."

Doyle Security Systems was recently featured in an article by Field Technologies Online about their experience and results gained from switching from a paper-based data collection process to a Mi-Forms mobile forms solution.

Field Technologies Online

Magazine Article | July 24, 2015

Securing Mobile Sales, Service Efficiency

By Brian Albright

Mobile forms have helped Doyle Security speed invoicing by 25% and drive efficiency gains that increased margins.

Doyle Security Systems is well known for helping its customers keep their homes and businesses safe, but paper-­based, manual contracting processes produced unnecessary delays between the time the company’s clients signed up for service and when the alarm systems went live. A new digital sales order entry system has helped the company improve contracting efficiency and even led to an 11 percent increase in profit margins through improved processes.

Rochester, NY-­based Doyle provides commercial, residential, and medical alarm systems to thousands of customers in New York and Erie, PA. As part of the process of signing up new customers, Doyle’s sales representatives had to create multipage contracts, have them signed by the customer, and then circulate those documents across multiple departments before service could begin.

The paper­based system required manual rekeying of customer data collection when new sales orders were created. This led to lost order or contract forms, inaccurate data entry, and delayed sale and service activation.

The multipart forms were handled by sales, internal operations, accounting, the central security station call center, and the technicians installing the equipment and then were routed again after installation through accounting and the call center. The system was inefficient and error­prone and extended the amount of time it took for Doyle to get new customers online and bill them.

“It really hurt our efficiency,” says Devon Ritch, director of information technology at Doyle Security Systems. “Everybody needs a piece of that information, but passing it through departments often sent the documents into a black hole. It took several days for the process to happen. We wanted to automate that process.”

The mobile forms solution was able to both eliminate paper documents and accelerate all of the associated contract processes. “Now, once a contract is signed, everyone has the information within the hour,” Ritch says. “We can get a new customer online in two or three hours.”




>> Mobility Success Story: Doyle Security Systems

>> Doyle Security Systems, Inc. Sees Productivity  & Expense Control Improvements with Mobile Sales Solution on Tablets

>> Choosing a Mobile Data Solution: 8 Risks & How to Avoid Them (Webinar On-Demand)



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An Intern Perspective – Summer 2015 http://www.mi-corporation.com/blog/an-intern-perspective-summer-2015/ http://www.mi-corporation.com/blog/an-intern-perspective-summer-2015/#comments Wed, 19 Aug 2015 17:20:10 +0000 http://www.mi-corporation.com/?p=16920 Read More]]> intern3

Over the past four months of my time as a marketing intern at Mi-Corporation, I've had the pleasure of working with the great team at Mi-Corporation. I've had the great opportunity to work across multiple projects and I've been lucky enough to have been given the chance to leave my mark on each of them.

Coming in I wasn't quite sure what to expect, but I wanted to make a positive impact and help promote and support Mi-Corporation in any small way that I could. Over the many tasks I was given - from working with the Youtube channel, to social media outreach channels such as Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn, even to direct posts on the site, I was given a lot of power and responsibility in working with these platforms from a marketing perspective. And not only did I get to work with a lot of great people and projects, but I learned a lot about Mi-Corporation, and gained some insight into mobile enterprise, and mobile app solutions as well.

As my internship draws to a close, I'm proud to say that I think I've left my mark here. Hopefully the projects that I completed while I was here have had both immediate and positive impacts on Mi-Corporation and will continue to have a big impact and positive effect going into the future.



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To see available internship opportunities at Mi-Corporation, please visit our Careers Page.

More Mi-Corporation intern posts:





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