Do you run or own a B2B Company and don’t use social media? This infographic could convince you to start implementing into your business and marketing plan, the limits truly are limitless. This free form of marketing is making small businesses grow to empires overnight, your company could be next!
BYOD: It’s the new trend in corporate technology use. BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device, is a policy that many enterprising corporations—from small to large—have adopted in the workplace. According to a study performed by the U.K. firm Context Information Security, the is the tablet best suited for those hoping to become part of this trend.
You check your email as soon as you wake up, and send text messages from just about everywhere. But if you’re not taking a break every now and then, you could be hurting your effectiveness, says Joanne Cantor, founder of Your Mind on Media, a Madison, Wisconsin consulting firm that helps companies manage cyber-overload.
In any period of financial turbulence, opportunities emerge. That’s when companies with vision, foresight and agility can change their fortunes dramatically for the better. That’s where business aviation comes in. From industry giants to independent firms, companies and individuals are realizing that the true cost of a business aircraft is in not having one at all.
Companies around the globe with their own business aircraft are traveling when and where they want to with speed, safety and security. These business aircraft enable busy executives to visit multiple cities in a day; to compress long, wasted hours of commercial air travel into short, intensely productive periods of time; and to bring key prospects to a facility. With the ability to land at 5,000 local airports across the country, business aircraft provide unfettered direct access to virtually any community. You certainly won’t get there easily via airlines, which serve barely 10% of these non-hub locations.
If you own your own business, you probably travel a lot to business meetings, interviews, stores to stock up on supplies, and conferences. This could take you away from your desk for several hours, maybe even several days. So how do you get the work you need to complete done while you’re traveling? Here are seven tools that can help.
Louisiana homeowners are benefiting from the state’s generous tax credits for renewable energy systems. The Louisiana Department of Revenue approved approximately US$12M in tax returns for residential solar energy projects in the 2011 tax season. Federal credits created under the Obama Administration’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act have made it possible for homeowners in demand of solar energy solutions to receive up to 30% of the
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By James Wong, an EO Seattle member and CEO of Avidian Technologies
Technology fads come and go, but every so often a trend develops that has true staying power. Such trends often disrupt the status quo, impacting the technological landscape and changing the way companies do business.
The customer relationship management (CRM) industry is not immune to such forces. In fact, the argument could be made that because CRM touches so many aspects of day-to-day business operations it is actually more susceptible to change as a result of disruptive trends.
There are several such trends currently at play in the technological landscape that are affecting the CRM industry and the way companies look at CRM. A few of these trends and an analysis of the impact they are having follows.