Supply Chain Magazine

  1. Data Capture: The Perfect Prescription For Healthcare

    This Colorado VAR has turned healthcare data capture and bar-code printing into a profit center, watching sales in that vertical alone grew 21% in 2012.

  2. MDM: Your Next Managed Services Offering

    Industry experts offer advice regarding how to roll out MDM (mobile device management) solutions and caution against common implementation mistakes.

  3. Can’t-Miss Field Service Advice For 2013

    Experts give advice on selecting the right hardware and software, mistakes to avoid, and how to deal with customers asking about iPads.

  4. Workforce Management Heads To The Cloud

    Once this independent software vendor (ISV) overcame several common barriers to cloud, it brought 2 million users into the world of SaaS.

  5. How A Consultative Approach To Healthcare IT Led To A $1.3 Million Sale

    A healthcare IT solutions provider’s up-front consultation helped it beat out three competitors and land an EMR (electronic medical records) install with a 600-bed hospital.

  6. Integrator Builds New Software From Existing Program

    Cloud-based database beefs up security and eliminates data loss.

  7. Q&A: 3 Mobile Payment Questions You Can’t Ignore

    Industry experts share insights on the most important mobile payment trends and pitfalls VARs and ISVs need to pay attention to.

  8. 4 Mistakes That Could Make You Look Dumb In 2013

    What an exciting time to be a VAR, integrator, or MSP! Sure, there are a lot of changes occurring — both from a technology and vertical-specific perspective — but the bottom line is that whoever is willing to adjust to the changes is going to reap the rewards. Following are some mistakes (or examples of not adjusting) that can threaten your business in 2013.

  9. Retail IT VARs: Your Key To Increased Profitability

    One of the challenges I often hear about from retail IT VARs regarding switching to a managed services model is coping with the way money flows into their company. Many of you are used to getting large lump sums of money for your work as opposed to the smaller steady stream associated with recurring revenue models. The large lump sum might help in the short term and actually be a necessity to keep your business afloat, but a steady stream can be the key to a more profitable and stable company if you make the transition. Keep that thought in mind for a minute.

  10. How Your Data Collection Experience Can Nullify Online Competitors

    This data collection and management integrator retooled its value proposition to overcome Internet competition and position itself for future growth.