Unique ideas deserve unique support

There are no standard formulas for success but there are ways to promote performance

Whoever buys standard software buys a standardized product; that is obvious from the name.

But who says your needs are also standard?

Standard software naturally offers a host of functions, usually too many. That means only a small portion are needed by most users and the rest uses up a lot of unnecessary resources. As a result, the very functions that you actually consider important are missing.

Unique ideas deserve unique support

We take just the opposite approach.

We begin with a stable and mature foundation of tried-and-tested individual components that already exist and therefore incur no production costs. Your solution is tailor-made so it incorporates everything you need and nothing more. The way your company works is not geared to the software you use. Instead, your software is adapted to fit your company. Productivity and competitiveness benefit from this approach. The system can be adjusted at any time to respond efficiently to changing market conditions.

The solid basis and customized finish ensure seamless integration in existing systems.

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22. November 2017 at 10:00 PM

Social Networks Are Not Designed To Build Relationships

Because, if they wanted you to build relationships, social networks would encourage you to only connect to the right people, facilitate relationship building, and they would make you work to do both. Personalized invitations to connect would be a requirement rather than an option that is not even always available. They would allow you to ...

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22. November 2017 at 2:00 PM

When Sales Hates the Spiffy New Marketing Presentation (and what to do about it)

Ta da! Your marketing team just delivered a brand new, spiffy presentation to your sales team. So why, three months later, is no one using it?? Here are just a few of the reasons I hear from salespeople: “It’s not my style. I like to just have a conversation. It’s already out of date. It’s ...

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