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Invest In Your Company By Planning For 2015
December has always been one of my favorite times of the year. I’ve found it to be a very hectic month in some ways and a quiet one in others.
Is Your Scanner Too Fast?
In this podcast we spend some time talking about scanning and capture and the fact that what happens before you capture the data is just as important as capturing the data itself, more along the lines of a migration, away from feeds and speeds to efficiency and possibly some things in that realm you may not have thought about before.
Thinking Beyond The UPS Ramesh Menon, Global IT Channel Manager for Eaton Corporation, talks with Jameson Publishing and Business Solutions magazine President Jim Roddy in this exclusive Executive-To-Executive interview.
How Managed Services Can Grow Your Business Justin Crotty, VP of Services North America for Ingram Micro, talks with Jameson Publishing and Business Solutions magazine President Jim Roddy in this exclusive Executive-To-Executive interview.
Mercury Discusses Recurring Revenue At Channel Transitions West
For Business Solutions magazine readers who couldn’t attend Channel Transitions West on April 29, 2014 in Santa Ana, CA, Jake West, who manages Mercury’s business development team, shares in this video what he discussed with conference attendees, including finding recurring revenue streams for your business.
GFI MAX Discusses Tools For MSPs At Channel Transitions West
Todd Haugland, lead sales engineer for GFI MAX, discussed tools for managed services providers with conference attendees at Channel Transitions West on April 29, 2014 in Santa Ana, CA.
F-Secure Meets SaaS Channel Members At Channel Transitions West
Michael Wong, systems engineer at F-Secure, summarizes what he discussed with conference attendees at Channel Transitions West on April 29, 2014 in Santa Ana, CA.
ECM EXECUTIVE COMMENTARY
Selling To The Millennial Customer
Many of us have owned our businesses for numerous years and come from the Boomer Generation. Boomers are frugal for the most part, and were raised with dial telephones, three-channel television, and in a single-income family. We saved our leftovers, ate everything on our plates, and the stores were closed on Sundays. We grew up with a mindset of budgets, and when we got out of college it was the ‘70s. We listened to vinyl records, FM radio, and drove an American-made car.
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