It often feels like there’s always someone trying to sell us something doesn’t it?
And that’s certainly true to some degree, because there’s always something new to be sold. That’s the nature of innovation and progress.
However, there’s often a lot of great technology already invested within a business, but it’s just not been put to good use for some reason. It could be lack of knowledge, or loss of knowledge with staff movements, or supplier relationship continuity issues. Whatever the cause, help is at hand
As experienced business and technology consultants, Trust Business Partners offer technology agnostic consultancy that help you evaluate your position and plot a map of development activities to get you where you want to be, and no product brochures in sight.
If you’re keen to grow and develop your business and don’t think you need even more technology adding, then contact us to find out how we help.
It’s an interesting distinction often discussed related to the customers you serve with your products and services. The lines became blurred some time ago as the world changed. I’m referring here specifically to the market for communications and mobility. I’m clearly just a regular member of society and as such am clearly a consumer, however, for most of the week I’m a business man. During the week I constantly flip between personas dependent upon the thoughts and actions at hand.
Today is Sunday and I’m heading to a business meeting starting tomorrow morning and therefore my persona is probably more confused than usual, but I look around a very busy train into London, and it’s full of people using their mobile devices to access what’s important to them now. It may be that there are others like me who are travelling to a business oriented activity, or more likely (based on overheard conversation), they are heading to something more recreational. Whatever we are all doing, it’s clear that mobility in our lives is very much mainstream, whether for business or consumer oriented use. What else is clear is that on order to get the maximum advantage from technology on the go, the device needs connectivity. For me, about to embark upon international travel, I’m considering cost avoidance and inconvenience, so I’ll be ensuing that I’m connecting to WiFi wherever I can, and I’ll be relying upon my ipass app and service to do the heavy lifting. I suspect that the people within the Enterprise customer base that also use ipass are similarly taking advantage of this benefit when they are not “at work” or in “business mode” – well why not?