The average person spends around 90,000 hours at work in their lifetime. I think it’s safe to say that it’s crucial for people to work at a place they enjoy. This also means that business owners not only need to navigate attracting top talent- but also retaining it. This starts with finding out what employees are really looking for in a job. Yes, money is an important aspect for most people when job searching, but ultimately people are looking for perks that go much deeper than monetary value.
Company growth is a good thing. It helps establish a stronger brand identity, makes it easier to acquire certain assets, expands opportunities, and drives business performance and profits. Growth does, however, stop being a good thing when you can’t keep up with it. In fact, it is detrimental to a company’s success when this happens. And outgrowing business processes and business infrastructure happens more often than you may think. For this reason, it is important to have procedures in place before you get to the point of outgrowing yourself.
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.
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.
As companies grow, there are demands for features getting to the market faster and pain points generally emerge when this happens. Developers often break each other's code when the changes conflict and code also gets complex, so the process of getting it out to production takes time. DevOps allows companies to do more, do it better, and do it faster.
DevOps allows companies to rapidly develop and deliver high-quality applications to end-users. Currently, there are no DevOps training programs in universities or code camps. To be a DevOps engineer, someone has to take interest in it and learn it themselves.
Do you remember all the hundreds of tests you took on preprinted forms while you were in school? And how there was always a moment of panic followed by dread when you realized you skipped a row and all of your answers were on the wrong row? Imagine how educators must feel managing all that mess.
We know you game the system when it comes to your MPS tools. We know you buy one license and share it with multiple people. And we know why — to save money. But there is a clear disadvantage to the seat-based pricing system — you must sub-optimize. When everyone’s work must go through the person currently in possession of the license, it turns into a bottleneck. With seat-based pricing, you also often find yourself playing rotating license key — chasing down the license key and coordinating login times. Questions frequently arising from people using seat-based are, “Who is using the license key now?” or “Who is logged into the account?”
In Time Tec is a proud contributor to the Managed Print Services (MPS) industry. Our employees and leaders have decades worth of combined experience. In this blog, we share with you what we have learned about TCO.
Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) can be a powerful sales tool. In contrast to simple cost-per-page comparisons, utilizing detailed TCO calculations for a potential customer’s current fleet can help MPS providers convey the comprehensive cost savings and value generated by the MPS solution they are selling. However, TCO is only useful if it is good TCO.
At In Time Tec, every decision we make is based off of our values of trust, transparency, integrity, and leadership. Determining company values is the first step in a life-long process. In order for these values to be practiced, they must be clearly defined within the company. Here is how our five founders define our company values.