10 Steps We Took to Gain 12,500 LinkedIn Followers in 9 Months

Posted by Annalisa Gorringe on Apr 19, 2021 2:13:37 PM

With over 740 million global users, LinkedIn has changed the way business professionals connect and interact with each other around the world. Increasing your following on this platform can lead to a greater reach and more business leads. Below, you will find actionable items that we took to increase our followers by 12,500 in just 9 months.

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Topics: business, linkedin, followers

How to Encourage Your Employees to be Brand Advocates

Posted by Annalisa Gorringe on Apr 15, 2021 12:15:22 PM

Everyone has heard someone complain about not liking their job. And I think it’s safe to say that the place your friend is constantly talking down on wouldn’t be a place that you’d apply. Likewise, if you have a friend who often shares about how much they love their job, it will likely pique your interest. The latter is what it looks like to be a brand advocate. 

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Topics: business, employees, brand

Remote work tools for small businesses

Posted by Aleya Ericson on Apr 12, 2021 11:13:39 AM

It’s important for small businesses to use the best tools for the jobMany remote collaboration tools are availableand In Time Tec is fond of Microsoft Suite, Zoom, Teamwork, and Atlassian softwareHere’s how we use these tools to enable collaborationincrease productivity, and create more abundance 

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Topics: Covid19, Coronavirus, collaboration

Press Release- Print Safely from your Phone with TouchFree MFP from In Time Tec

Posted by In Time Tec on Apr 6, 2021 9:45:57 AM

In Time Tec, a global software company headquartered in Meridian, ID, recently released TouchFree MFP, an application that allows users to remotely control compatible HP printers and multifunction devices through their phone. 

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Topics: Press release, TouchFreeMFP

Courage: The Path to a Fulfilled Life

Posted by Sandeep Jain on Mar 15, 2021 12:46:33 PM

As I gazed at the view outside, I see the morning sunlight piercing through the foggy winter of November, 87' in the city of Bikaner, Rajasthan. I am in 9th grade, sitting in the classroom with my friends when my math teacher walks in. He politely asks me to stand, "Sandeep, do you want to compete with the 10th-grade students in mathematics?" "Yes, sir." I blurted out without thinking twice about his imprecise inquiry. As I follow him down the stairs to the 10th classroom, my heart starts to pound. Even while mathematics is my favorite subject, I was nervous about what I signed myself up for. I am sensing an unknown fear now, but for some reason, I continue to walk fast as I approach the class and sit with 10th-grade students. A few minutes later, the teacher wrote few arithmetic problems on the board that everyone starts to solve, including me. Five minutes later, I stood up, "Sir, I have solved all of them." Everyone in the class immediately looked at me in utter confusion and disbelief. I felt euphoric and immediately became the talk of the school.

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Topics: courage

Managed Print & The Cartos App

Posted by In Time Tec on Mar 9, 2021 10:40:52 AM

Recently, Fisher's Technology wrote an article about our Cartos Suite product, a new and proven managed print application. The article shares a recent customer success story that explores the difference that using Cartos Suite has made for them. Check out the article here

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Topics: Cartos, Cartos Suite

Vulnerability- The Art of Learning

Posted by Sandeep Jain on Feb 14, 2021 9:00:00 PM

It is July 1982, the month of hot summer heat in Bikaner (Rajasthan, India), with the temperature rising above 40 degrees Celsius. I am 8 years old, and I just got promoted to 4th grade. I am sitting next to a friend who takes out a pencil that has a whistle on the top. The teacher is writing notes on the board, and we are busy exchanging pleasantries, and suddenly my friend gives me the pencil. Being one of those kids who play and lose themselves in play, I started to whistle while the class is running. A loud sound pierced through a rather pin-drop silence. The teacher asks the entire class to name the person who just made that sound. Everyone started acting innocent, including me. Nothing happens, but on some level within, I begin to feel guilty about my action.

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Topics: Leadership, Vulnerability

Discovery Optimization: Takeaways From Time in the MPS World

Posted by Tyler Martindale on Jan 26, 2021 1:12:28 PM

During my time in the MPS world, I have discovered several best practices and gained insights from many MPS dealers. I’ve met with many sales teams and had the privilege of going onsite with some wonderful consultants all over the world. I would love to share some of the best practices I have surmised from this diverse group of experts, in hopes it could help others in the future.

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Topics: MPS

Why Trust is the Foundation For All Relationships

Posted by Sandeep Jain on Jan 25, 2021 9:00:00 PM

TRUST – A simple five-letter word about which so much is already written and spoken that we all understand the importance of trust in our relationships. Yet, we are living in an era where trust is primarily non-existent between human beings. When I started penning down this article, I was thinking about what I should write. There are plenty of opinions and ideas associated with trust that are already practiced in our society. So, instead I will share experiences from my own life to demonstrate what trust enables, how it can be built, and how we can create a trusting society.

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Topics: values

5 DevOps Myths Busted

Posted by In Time Tec on Jan 18, 2021 12:15:11 PM

The term “DevOps” has been around for well over a decade, but there’s still quite a lot of misunderstanding about what DevOps is exactly, who can implement it, and how. In simple terms, DevOps is a methodology that merges two different disciplines: development and operations. In a traditional system, software development is begun by developers and then handed off when deployed to operators – often a company’s IT team. This separation of processes can cause miscommunication, bottlenecks, and unforeseen issues that cost money and delay software release.

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Topics: DevOps

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