It’s a little hard to nail down total numbers, but there are around 1.2 billion Microsoft Office users worldwide, with a majority of them using the most popular spreadsheet of all time, Excel. Excel has been an incredibly powerful tool with numerous uses ranging from helping corporations solve financial challenges to accountants preparing tax analysis to individuals creating personal budgets. And everything in between.
Thermal Transfer – (“heat transfer”) in which the thermal (heated) printhead transfers the image onto the media substrate (i.e. label or tag) using a ribbon.
Trade shows and conventions are flat out hectic. You meet more people than a freshman moving into college! Do you really think anyone is going to remember you when they leave? Probably not.
Convincing your team and customers that they are any less important than your time at home, just isn’t feasible these days. Business partnerships are so much more and so is the workload. Your company and customer growth becomes personal. It’s not just a one man order placement, it’s a team effort. But finding the team to help, isn’t always easy.
We know how it is, you go into work each day with big plans to make those website improvements finally happen! The day goes by with interruptions, new projects, tasks that take longer than expected, and numerous other things that get in the way. Sadly, another day has gone by and you leave the office disappointed but think, "oh well, maybe tomorrow".
Back in the days of The Jetsons, the show constantly introduced new and far out technology. However, nearly 55 years later, some of the gadgets the family of the future used have actually
What’s all this talk about Digital Transformation - hasn’t this been going on for years? The answer to the question is yes. At least partially. Most companies work on ways to automate processes and make it easier for clients to interact with them. On the other hand, most companies don’t have an overall Digital Transformation Strategy and work on projects with an enterprise view. Exceptions to this are General Electric, who adopted a Digital Transformation strategy in 2012.
As of 2014, there were reported to be 118,245,702 business in the United States (www.census.gov). That total ranges from small business of 4 people, all the way up to large corporations of 500+ employees. Now here’s the problem… there is A LOT of competition for having and maintaining a competitive edge. The businesses who stand out among the rest are those with the most notable brand identity. But you are probably asking yourself “how do I create a stronger brand identity?”
The world we all live in today is faster and more competitive than any before it. Customers are demanding more from suppliers in terms of the quality, cost and availability of goods and services. With more players in the market errors and delays are more costly than ever. While this may sound like a grim scenario it also presents companies with an opportunity to stand out and grow especially in challenging environments. It is this opportunity that our material ID specialists live and breathe every single day, working with their customers to increase efficiency, quality and productivity and ultimately protect and grow the bottom line.
It was back in 2005 when Snapple tried to surpass the Guinness World Record for the largest popsicle. The 17 ½ ton popsicle was set up in Manhattan, frozen and publicly visible in Union Square until...it began to melt.
Microsoft launched Excel in the mid 1980’s as a simple tool to improve productivity. We all know how easy it is to create our own spreadsheets to help us manage our processes. What we forget is that many of our associates also have their own versions of the same or similar data. This causes complexity and challenges for any organization large or small.
Well, if you’ve read anything in the last year on the topic, you know that Facebook has quickly become a major player and ignoring it is most definitely not an option. In fact, we will highlight facts that will probably shock you (and most likely cause LinkedIn execs to shake a little in their boots).
What’s great about buying in bulk? The price! But you don’t have much of a choice in the number of product that you get.
Most manufacturing companies have dedicated the time and resources to optimizing their supply chain trying to squeeze waste and errors out wherever possible but few have applied the same rigor to other areas of their business.
It's time to put an end to that gruesome cycle and identify ways to detect if you are receiving horrible service being passed off as "acceptable".