When the workflow becomes your competitive advantage

Reflections on 5 years with hL

Feb 2013 - July 2018

Making decisions based on data

Perspectives from our Chief Product Architect

Tim Wood, our Product Architect, finished his PhD in software verification from Imperial College London​ ​last year. Here’s a peek into his unassuming way of thinking, working and managing teams, focused on leveraging state-of-the-art technologies and finding the right people to solve problems.

Win every day by building trust, learning, and doing what you love

New horizons for vyn in Asia

3 questions for Mohan Menon, vyn President for Asia.

Learnings from Salesforce World Tour London, 2018

A dream pitch for vyn

Spread your wings and fly!

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May is finally here, and I'm excited. Why? We've spread our wings and headed to the European mainland! vyn has been invited to exhibit at the Arch Summit in Luxembourg this week, where we have entered the Whoopi Goldberg Female Empowerment competition.

Ask the right question. See into the future.

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We learn from our experiences working with our customers, partners and advisors to ask those key questions that drive action. Inspired by our TED-style speakers and guests at our March Perspectives event, here’s a key takeaway:

“How early can you ask the right questions when we’ve asked them all a hundred times?”

Kevin Kraft, Cognizant's Global Head of Sales & Marketing Transformation, shares this 60-second vyn (SmartVideoNote) summarising his talk at Perspectives London from 14th March 2018.

AI can answer "What will you do?", not just "What did you do already?"

Ashu Garg, CEO and founder of Volkscience, also founder and ex-CTO of Bloomreach, summarises his talk from Perspectives London hosted by vyn on 14th March 2018. In it he showed his passion for building recruitment tools that look beyond our human biases.