The end of 2021 looms just around the corner. Traditionally, a new year represents a chance to reflect on the past and plan for the future. A significant concern for companies is staying up to date with the latest advances in technology.
Upheaval and change define the recent job market. According to a CNBC poll, 50 percent of US workers say their workplace is understaffed, and 33 percent have seriously considered quitting in the past three months. This workplace unrest, a trend designated “the Great Resignation,” presents hiring challenges for employers.
Businesses love to throw money at sexy investments. The Italian steel all-in-one coffee maker, destined to become the jewel of the breakroom. The new office building, that finally offers those nap rooms that everyone has been craving. While it may not be as glamorous, many overlook the simple, intrinsic value that comes from investing in software.
What’s your dream Managed Print Services (MPS) software? Software can drastically improve or hamper your workflow and job. It’s good to take time to reflect on how you use your software and if you can be using it more efficiently. If you find your MPS software is lacking, In Time Tec is happy to help
Many businesses were shocked when Microsoft announced that Skype for Business would discontinue in July 2021. There is a real danger of business-critical software being abandoned or losing support in this digital age. Without necessary software, businesses are forced to adapt quickly or make drastic changes. In Time Tec has learned, over decades of software development, there are 4 signs your long-used technology solution is dying and it’s time to start planning for a change.
Fleet mapping can play an essential role in winning (or losing) a new MPS deal. It can also be challenging to identify and visualize a fleet, especially for large customers in industries like healthcare and education. The global pandemic has further complicated onsite visits for consultants and customers alike. Let’s explore some of the common reasons an analyst would skip mapping and potential reasons to take a second look, even in light of COVID-19.
The first time I heard Requirement was when I was doing a Software Testing Course after my graduation. I spent six months in a Software Testing Course understanding each module. This gave me confidence in understanding the customer point of view, requirement details, and user workflows. When I started my career at In Time Tec in February of 2013 as a Qualification Engineer, I was developing secure printing solutions for printers.