Enterprise software solutions always seem to over complicate things. Time and time again, executives are sold the number features a piece of software has and they do a simple more is better analysis on features to make buying decisions. This
This picture’s great. It’s been around for quite some time now and I think it captures the sometimes frustrating reality in the software development world. From How the customer explained it to how everyone on the project team understood it.
I posted a question few weeks ago in a LinkedIn group for Business Analysts asking why people have chosen to be a Business Analyst and why they enjoy this role so much. Below are some of the responses from Analysts
“Social media now accounts for 18% of all time spent online.” It’s important for businesses to learn about how consumers are using social media to maximize prospect engagement, relationship building, lead generation, and sales conversions. SOCIAL MEDIA – Connecting the
A great infographic on 12 brand characters and the story behind each one. This is a great tool for developing a new brand as it gives you a good starting point. Which character type does your brand fall into? The
Change in business is constant. New systems are being replaced by either developing new software or buying an off the shelf solution. New processes are being created and current processes are being made faster, cheaper and simpler for the end