Like many of us, I spend a bit of time at the end of the year reflecting on all that we’ve been able to accomplish. 2021 has been a year not without challenges - for many of us both professionally and personally. I hope that you’ve all had a year of good health with personal and professional accomplishments.
The community has continued to grow this year, due to your steadfast contributions and company. This year we had:
All these metrics represent individuals; people who have contributed - asking, reading, responding, and collaborating. We’d like to recognize a few of these people, as our:
Best All Around:
Most Likely to Respond: Our Advanced Competence Hub team led this one with #1
Most Likely to Like:
Most Likely to Answer Your Question:
Rising Stars: We had 3 users who joined the community and became superheroes within their 1st year of membership -
Heroes: We have 270 users with hero status at the end of this year! By comparison, last year we had 63. While I’m not listing you all out here, but your contributions are not unnoticed. Thank you!
Superheroes: At the end of 2020, we had only 8 superheroes -
This year we’ve added 34 more!
Ultimate Hero: Our resident FSM subject matter expert
There are so many notable activities that happened this year, but I’ll recognize a few:
- Launched and hosted IFS Success Sessions
- Thank you
@MMORSE, @ADMCUK, @aussdk, @Fredrik Sagesand, @Anders Blom, @Chamaka Wimalarathne, @tibsltd, @afridimeedin, @chobus, @Lee Sarginson, @LakmaliRD, @Minoshini Fonseka, and @Alex Readfor presenting.
- Thank you
- Opened Ideation in the Community
- Released IFS Cloud
- Added 850 New Knowledgebase Articles
Thank you all for continued support for and use of the IFS Community!
Our plans for this year are to continue to add value to this site and make it an integral part of experience with IFS. We look forward to working with you on this journey!