In your professional and personal life, there are things you can influence and there are things outside of your direct control. Many people experience a lot of frustration in life because they believe they can control more things than they truly are able to control.
Beware when a salesperson tells you, “We can do that too.”
In the business technology industry like many others, “we can do that too” is a very easy statement to make, but rarely is it ever true. General statements and vague generalities are big red flags.
What does your business technology acquisition strategy look like? When you purchase equipment from most providers, you sign on to a traditional leasing model. Most agreements range in length from 36 to 72 months with very limited flexibility.
AUSTIN, Texas—UBEO Business Services—a premier provider of printer, copier and document management solutions—has named a respected veteran of the office equipment industry as its northeast region president. James J. Morrissey, who has worked throughout the eastern U.S., will focus on the northeast region and be based in Connecticut.
IT has a big job. Not only are they responsible for ensuring your organization has the technology backbone needed to operate well, but they are also responsible for the security of your organization. Healthcare is especially challenging with regulation and compliance added in.
Cash Flow is king. In no other industry is this truer than in the Healthcare industry. One of the biggest challenges healthcare providers face is cash-flow.
Many healthcare organizations are challenged when it comes to legacy data. The organization wants to move into a different ERM system, but the costs can be prohibitive. Many organizations have already moved to another platform but still have to maintain the old system for existing patient records. This can be a problem.
I listen to a lot of podcasts. I especially enjoy listening to interview shows with business leaders. One thing I find funny about these shows is that the interviewers tend to ask very similar questions. The responses from leaders end up sounding like a stump speech. The way these success stories are framed can make it seem as if their success was somehow pre-ordained.