Product Updates

“Nimble Today Page” Feature Updates

“Nimble Today Page” Feature Updates
By June 11, 2013 Product Updates

Today we have a few user-friendly updates to talk about.

Teaching the Nimble Rules Engine:
Provide Guidance “On the Fly” or in Settings

Each day when you log into Nimble and go to your Today Page, you’ll see Today’s Top 3 — three contacts we think might be important to you. Clicking “Yes” to whether a contact is important helps us rate each contact, but so does selecting  “No.” By selecting “No,” Nimble then gives you a way to easily refine results and train your Nimble Rules Engine to look for what interests you. Just type in keywords, phrases, locations, job titles — even hashtags — adding a comma between each suggestion. Nimble will use these new criteria to locate important contacts for you. Read more ›

Co-Founder Gilles Marchand on Nimble’s “Top 3”

Co-Founder Gilles Marchand on Nimble’s “Top 3”
By June 11, 2013 Product Updates

In the past few days, I went to a networking event in Santa Monica, got about 15 new business cards (yes, we still use those), got introduced to 3 entrepreneurs via email and connected on Linkedin and twitter with 4 new connections. I constantly meet new people because it’s a good way to find new opportunities. Opportunities to learn from them, opportunities to do business with them, opportunities to help them. To turn these new relationships into deep meaningful ones, I will have to regularly nurture them. True relationships are built over time.

However, with more than a few thousands contacts, it is impossible for me to nurture them all. According to the Dunbar’s law, any one individual can only maintain around 150 stable social relationships. As a busy business professional, it is important that I focus my time on the most important relationships in my network. The ones that will help me achieve my goals. This is why we created the Nimble Top 3. To help surface those important relationships and stay engaged with them. And we kept it really simple. Let me explain… Read more ›

User Guide to Nimble’s New (Beta) Mobile App

User Guide to Nimble’s New (Beta) Mobile App
By May 29, 2013 Product Updates

Nimble Goes Mobile!

We’ve just released the beta version of our mobile product!  Nimble Mobile is still a work in progress, but nonetheless a milestone and news we’re proud to share today. You can download the Nimble apphere. A Nimble account is required for iOS App usage (Register here).

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Announcing Nimble 3.0 !!! Today’s the Day!

Announcing Nimble 3.0 !!! Today’s the Day!
By May 21, 2013 Product Updates

Nimble is on the move! Today we announce Nimble 3.0 — packed with new features, product enhancements, and a focus on insight-driven engineering.

Insights Front and Center

Nimble 3.0 is on a path to give you actionable insights — to surface the data that matters to you. Our product roadmap is focused on presenting you with relevant information you can use to make your business relationships a driving force in your success. Read more ›

Closed Loop Influencer Marketing: Traackr & Nimble Now Work Together

Closed Loop Influencer Marketing: Traackr & Nimble Now Work Together
By May 15, 2013 Product Updates

Today we’re pleased to announce an integration between Traackr and Nimble, which we think anyone contemplating or currently engaging in Influencer Marketing will find interesting. Traackr and Nimble subscribers will be able to manage all aspects of an influencer program in a seamless manner, navigating and sharing information between both platforms.

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Nimble Wins 2013 CODiE Award for Best Relationship Management Solution

Nimble Wins 2013 CODiE Award for Best Relationship Management Solution
By May 13, 2013 Product Updates

Late last week, we learned that Nimble won  Best Relationship Management Solution in the prestigious Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) CODiE Awards. The list is the industry’s only peer-reviewed awards program, recognizing applications, products, and services that deliver solutions for use by business, government, consumers, academic, and other organizations. Read more ›