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June 21st, 2022 Category: Life At NextRoll

How the RollWorks Ops Team Supports Platform Growth

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As the RollWorks platform continues to transform and grow with customers’ needs in mind, there’s a lot of work that happens behind the scenes to keep up! Since 2018, when we first launched RollWorks to offer ambitious B2B companies an account-based platform to align their marketing and sales...

June 13th, 2022 Category: Life At NextRoll

Team Spotlight: RollWorks New Business Sales

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As the newest platform in NextRoll’s robust product offerings, the RollWorks team is quickly making itself known as a leading account-based platform for growing B2B businesses. This in part is thanks to the amazing work of the RollWorks Sales team. Shawn Cook, RollWorks’ VP of Sales, is leading...

June 7th, 2022 Category: News

What Makes NextRoll a Great Place to Work?

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When we asked Rollers “what makes NextRoll a great place to work?”, they used words like culture, balance, leadership, values, benefits, flexibility, and support. These qualities and more recently helped us achieve the official Great Place to Work title, a certification that recognizes employers...

June 7th, 2022 Category: Life At NextRoll

Embracing the Future of Work at NextRoll

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The future of work is now, and NextRoll is ready – thanks to our Return to Workplace Taskforce.From the beginning of the Pandemic and the quick shift to full-time remote work to the ever-evolving health guidelines since then, and the cultural embrace of hybrid work, the Return to Workplace...

June 3rd, 2022 Category: DEI

How to Succeed as a Woman in Tech

How NextRoll Women Define Their Own Success Metrics

Alyssa Dowdalls by

How do you measure success? It’s probably the most common question asked in the workforce, and at the same time, the hardest to answer. For women especially, success can mean so many different things. For one woman it may be a reflection of where they are in their career at a given moment, or...

May 31st, 2022 Category: Life At NextRoll

Doing Right by Yourself – Mental Health Awareness Month at NextRoll

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Throughout the year, mental health is a huge priority and focus at NextRoll. And during Mental Health Awareness Month in May, we go the extra mile to provide events and resources to highlight all the ways Rollers can support their wellbeing.Mental Health Awareness Month started in 1949, but today...

May 25th, 2022 Category: Life At NextRoll

Manager Training and Development at NextRoll

How We Empower New Managers to Succeed

Alyssa Dowdalls by

Becoming a manager is a common career aspiration. But what happens when you get there? For someone new to managing a team, there are a lot of unknowns. At NextRoll, we don’t expect new managers to learn on their own. Our New Manager Program is designed for Rollers hired or promoted into a People...

May 23rd, 2022 Category: News

NextRoll Creates FLEDGE Test Lab

How a NextRoll Data Scientist is Preparing Us for the Digital Advertising Future

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The marketing technology industry is constantly evolving and innovating, so it’s vital to remain at the forefront of navigating and participating in these changes. At NextRoll, we’ve worked closely with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) right from the start and contributed to conversations...

May 17th, 2022 Category: Thought Piece

Five Tips To Uncovering Your Career Path

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The year was 2015. I was finishing my computer engineering degree in India, and the hiring season was beginning at my undergraduate college. As a computer engineer, taking a Software Engineer role was my best option to step foot into the industry. As you can imagine, Software Engineer  was the...

May 2nd, 2022 Category: DEI

Ambition and Designing a Personal Path to Success at Work

What NextRoll Women Have to Say

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For women, the emergence of flexible, hybrid work models have opened up new job opportunities and new ways to climb the career ladder. According to a new Women at Work survey by Momentive, nearly 50% of women consider themselves “very ambitious” and are optimistic about their post-pandemic career...