For most of us, talking about growth in our business gets our adrenaline pumping: there’s a unique combination of excitement and fear as our minds race through all of the possibilities, and weigh the potential risks against our visions of success. As you move past the rush of early stage growth, you run into new complexities
Kansas City, MO – Eric Levy, Tricension’s Vice President of Solution Sales, is teaching an upcoming course for business leaders interested in learning more about Business Intelligence. Business Intelligence helps organizations by providing organizational leadership with the opportunity to continually measure and inspect results in real-time. This course is meant to help you determining if Business Intelligence is a
I’m sure you’ve heard the sales pitch. “This widget will help ensure everyone in your organization is on the same page!” But is that really what you need? So many tools and processes are geared toward facilitating employee communication or task management or even creating social networks for employees to collaborate… But rarely do these tools deliver on their promise of actual business impact. This is because businesses make the mistake of believing that off the shelf ‘solutions’ or a one-size-fits-all approach is right for them.
If you haven’t already moved part or all of your technology infrastructure to the cloud, chances are it’s on your list to do in 2016. To help you get started, here are 12 quick questions to ask when evaluating potential partners: Who owns the data? Confirm your data won’t be used to build their advertising
Your business is full of moving parts. One part drives another. And when those parts are working together and things are running smoothly, the only sounds they make are the gentle hum of a fine-tuned machine. But sometimes there are other sounds. Sometimes it’s a minor squeak here and there. Sometimes it’s a persistent knock.
The expectations for innovation are a constant challenge and opportunity for today’s CIO. But according to Forrester Research, the average business spends 72 percent of its IT spending on the care and feeding of existing technology systems. Nearly three quarters of the average IT budget is dedicated to merely keeping the lights on! Don’t believe it?
The people that have made the leap into start up / entrepreneurialism all know there is a big difference between want and need. Most know that well designed IT infrastructure and back office business systems are needed to manage risk and support the vision / mission of the venture. Most will say, “We just get
Motivation is something that’s always evolving. At the start of my career, I entered the sales profession to make more money and have more freedom. Fair enough motives for launching a career . . . but that changed quickly. After I gained my first client, I quickly realized that the sales profession is not about