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Excavating Customer-facing Content Artifacts from within the Enterprise

Agora Excavation (1973 and 1975) sections with grid lines in sections by John Travlos (1953–4)
Agora Excavation (1973 and 1975) sections with grid lines in sections by John Travlos (1953–4)

Archeologists have a fascinating job. Their goal is to surface historical relics that help us learn something about culture and humanity.

To do this, they study the world in search of potential sites, prioritize them based on the value they might hold, and then set a course for the destination. On arrival, they methodically dig, clean…

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Paul Burke

Paul Burke

Chief Product & Technology Officer @ Sapphire Digital— focused on agility, iteration, and measurement to deliver better customer experiences.

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