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What Our Customers Are Saying...

  • “SchedulePoint automatically schedules the delivery of our filled orders and has become a key component to managing our warehouse operations. Manually making 200+ product arrival or delivery phone calls is not an option anymore - SchedulePoint handles that in minutes!”

    Byrne Skaggs

    La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries

    Phoenix, AZ

  • "Our customers love SchedulePoint’s online payment feature because they can make credit card payments from their laptop, tablet or smart phone. We love it because it reduces our customer service operational costs, plus it's more efficient. Great software!"

    Laura McGirr

    La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries

    Phoenix, AZ

  • “The large number of special order options and their pricing has intimidated our staff for many years. ProductPoint has allowed our sales staff to confidently sell significantly more special order add-ons by providing immediate feedback on options and pricing.”

    Bob Broadnax

    San Antonio, TX

    San Antonio, TX

  • “ProductPoint is one of the most useful and easy-to-use tools our salespeople have - we would not want to be without it!”

    Ken Penner

    La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries

    Calgary, AB Canada

  • "Thanks Terry and Eric for all of your help and support. I enjoyed working for ServerLogic!"

    Abi Ramachandran,

    Scrum Master

    Seattle, WA

  • “I’ve had customer compliments on how easy and convenient it was for them to confirm their deliveries via text with SchedulePoint. I also noticed that just 10 minutes after the system sent out the notifications, more than half of our orders had confirmation codes... That’s AWESOME!”

    Brooke Scott

    Mor Furniture for Less

    San Diego, CA

  • "I just want to say it was a pleasure working for ServerLogic. Smooth sailing in every way. You all do great work - thanks again!"

    Roy Barnett

    ServerLogic Contractor

    Portland, OR

  • “ServerLogic’s ability to meet our development challenge allowed us to implement an integrated, enterprise Sitecore platform which enables brand consistency, centralized data collection and editorial economy of scale across our local, chapter and national websites.”

    Gene Brumblay

    Make-a-Wish Foundation

    Phoenix, AZ

Our Featured Work

Job Search Tips

Your resume landed you an interview and now it’s time to seal the deal. So what’s the best way to prepare?

Below you’ll find the 10 best tips to help before, during and after your interview.


1.    Research the Company Before the Interview


Customers buy from people, not brands. They want to know who they are doing business with-- and they’re using social media platforms to find out. When people come to work for your company, they’re bringing not only their talent to work for you, they’re bringing their social media audience as...

As Portland tech business grow they're swapping offices and sharing spaces, playing a game of musical chairs in reverse -- making room for one another as they grow.

Oregon's startup community, tiny relative to those in Washington and California, is also unusually chummy....

The recent viral posting about the Westport, MA auto dealership that humiliates a hard working pizza delivery guy, who then posts their bad behavior on YouTube is a good example of how social media can impact your company’s image. As a result of this dealership’s rude behavior and the subsequent...

Would hiring managers be happier with a shorter cover letter, that’s more direct and to the point?

Different hiring managers have different preferences. Most prefer about a page, but you’ll also find managers who prefer something shorter (although I think these tend to be ones who...

Resumes are very personal documents. In fact, whenever I'm reviewing a resume, I always ask permission before I mark it up. Who am I to edit your life's work?

That said, I can almost guarantee you that the way your career counselor handles your resume is not the way it will be...

Don't wreck your résumé with unnecessary, outdated or distracting information.

What you don't include on your résumé can be as important as what you do include.

There are some things that make a résumé look unprofessional, outdated or distracting to hiring managers, who have...

A common concern for some job seekers is that they lack a formal degree or training. They may have several years of experience in the industry, but they either have not gone to college or did not complete the program to obtain their official degree. However, this does not necessarily have to...

In a job market where every word on your resume counts, we are prone to generalizations:

“Dynamic leader” “Passionate ambassador” “Excellent communication skills”

Unfortunately, these generalizations – no matter how professional or smooth they sound – don’t really say… anything.


It is wonderful to have a broad range of abilities and interests. Oftentimes employees wear many hats and may have developed numerous skills throughout their career. This allows them to be adaptable and take on different projects. Entrepreneurs in particular may have assumed many roles. However...