By Brandon Metcalf   /   Posted March 21, 2019
If you're an avid reader of Forbes, TechCrunch and other tech publications, you’re probably tired of hearing about how AI and machine learning technologies are changing business. At this point, these inescapable terms have been reduced to buzzwords...
By Brandon Metcalf
Posted March 21, 2019
If you're an avid reader of Forbes, TechCrunch and other tech publications, you’re probably tired of hearing about how AI and machine learning technologies are changing business. At this point, these inescapable terms have been reduced to buzzwords...
By Taylor Smith   /   Posted January 02, 2019
The reality is, a lot of the business software out there isn’t great. (Especially for the staffing and recruitment industries.) It’s complicated, it’s expensive, and it’s time consuming to rip out old systems and implement new ones. Consumers don’t...
By Taylor Smith
Posted January 02, 2019
The reality is, a lot of the business software out there isn’t great. (Especially for the staffing and recruitment industries.) It’s complicated, it’s expensive, and it’s time consuming to rip out old systems and implement new ones. Consumers don’t...
By Taylor Smith   /   Posted December 27, 2018
Partner or vendor – In the realm of business-to-business relationships, we hear the two terms used interchangeably as if they are synonymous. The truth is that these concepts actually stand for two very different types of service levels. So what really differentiates a partner from a vendor?
By Taylor Smith
Posted December 27, 2018
Partner or vendor – In the realm of business-to-business relationships, we hear the two terms used interchangeably as if they are synonymous. The truth is that these concepts actually stand for two very different types of service levels. So what really differentiates a partner from a vendor?
By Brandon Metcalf   /   Posted December 19, 2018
Most businesses mistake software for a “tool.” A tool has a particular function but no perspective. A hammer, for example, is agnostic. It isn’t made with an opinion about when, how, and why a carpenter should hammer things. The tool adapts to the user.
By Brandon Metcalf
Posted December 19, 2018
Most businesses mistake software for a “tool.” A tool has a particular function but no perspective. A hammer, for example, is agnostic. It isn’t made with an opinion about when, how, and why a carpenter should hammer things. The tool adapts to the user.