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SEP Named a Winning Company in the 2022 Powderkeg Unvalley Awards

Picture it. It’s my first day back at SEP after being away for over 5 years. After a crash course onboarding with IT, the Ops Team asked to see me in the War Room. “We have a secret…
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Designing a Mascot

Picture it. It’s my first day back at SEP after being away for over 5 years. After a crash course onboarding with IT, the Ops Team asked to see me in the War Room. “We have a secret project for you.” What was the project? The new SEP owl mascot, of course! I was ecstatic […]
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SEP Plans Expansion, Standalone HQ in Hamilton County

PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WESTFIELD, Ind. (June 4, 2020) – SEP, a software product design and development company, announced plans today to expand its operations, constructing a new corporate headquarters along U.S. Highway 31 in Westfield. The new facility will more than double the company’s central Indiana footprint and enable SEP to continue […]
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Starting Full-Time At A Place That Is Hard To Define

I knew I could grow there—fast. That’s how I respond when asked why I chose to work for SEP. Subsequently, my co-workers later told me they felt they ‘just knew’ I was a fit for this culture and the work we do here when I asked them why I was chosen. Knowing which job to […]
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SEP Partners with Gleaners to Provide Food for Hungry Hoosiers

One in eight Hoosiers struggles with hunger. Gleaners Food Bank was founded in 1980 with the simple mission to fight this crisis. Annually, more than 260,000 Indiana residents receive assistance from Gleaners Food Bank, of which more than 30,000 are seniors and nearly 100,000 are children. That’s why the work Gleaners does in 21 counties […]
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Easily Import and Export Shared Settings

Since SEP TeamWorks was launched over a year ago, the most requested feature is the ability to be able to share the way your board looks with other team members.  Users really didn’t like the time and effort required to set up everyone’s board. With the new version of TeamWorks, users can export their settings […]
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User Interface Overhaul

We gave SEP TeamWorks a new coat of paint to make it more pleasing to the eye. The simple and new flat design gives TeamWorks a contemporary and clean look and feel. But TeamWorks retains many of the same interactive designs and color schemes to make the transition to our latest version smooth while maintaining […]
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Dragging Items in Linked Queries

With the launch of SEP TeamWorks’ latest version last Friday, we are showcasing some of the newest features in a series of blog posts. Previously you could only drag linked work items across states. With the new version of SEP TeamWorks you can drag a linked item, removing the old link to rebuild a new […]
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Rearranging Project States Using Drag and Drop

With our new version of SEP TeamWorks launching today, we are introducing some of the newest features and giving you easy to follow tips on how to use them. Columns can now be reordered with a simple drag and drop. Select the header of any project state and drag it to the desired location. The […]
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SEP TeamWorks to Launch Latest Version This Month

In our first year we have had several thousand users download and use SEP TeamWorks (TeamWorks).  We have received your feedback, from those proclaiming the tool’s awesomeness to requests for added features and customization. We listened and next Tuesday (September 17), SEP will be launching a new release of TeamWorks.  This is the biggest release […]
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SEP TeamWorks Turns One

Just over a year ago we launched SEP’s first internal project. Created to address the constraints of the physical Kanban board with on-the-go project management, we wanted to share our versatile software solution with the rest of the world in hopes of aiding those with similar issues and a desire to untether themselves from traditional […]
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