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13

Sep

What’s Broken?

The print companies who are experiencing growth have one thing in common – ecommerce is their primary way of doing business. Most printers are not growing – what’s your primary way of doing business?

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12

Sep

Learning is key during times of transition. Take advantage of all the options for learning available today which allow you to learn virtually anywhere and anytime you want. Consider your personal preferences for learning (audio, visual, reading, face to face) and find compelling content in the learning stream that best suites your learning style.

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9

Sep

Ideas vs. Tools

What is really behind the changes taking place – the tools or the ideas? The tool creators job is to convince you its all about the tools. The reality is – its always been about the ideas. Focus on the ideas and you’ll be forced to think strategically, focus on the tools and you’ll be...

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5

Sep

Software solutions can be purchased via two different deployment models. Listen in on this casual conversation and understand the difference between licensing software and subscribing to it.

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2

Sep

Whenever you are considering an integration project, start by defining the term “integration” – what it means to you and what it means in reality can be quite different. The term is used to describe a simple one way manual data exchange, all the way through a bi-direction, real-time connection between two systems. Assume nothing...

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1

Sep

Perspective requires that you step out of your day to day lives and reflect on where you’ve been, where you are today, and where you want to be tomorrow. The digital economy is forcing us all into a massive transition, come to WhatTheyThink’s Print CEO Forum to gain perspective and think strategically about the future...

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31

Aug

Printers instinctively change gears to take orders for different print products offline. The online world needs to mimic this flexibility – the ability to ask the customer only relevant questions pertaining to their desired product or service. Online you can’t rely on instincts or CSR’s, the software has to guide customers through the different procurement...

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29

Aug

73% of Americans use the web to find products and services, your customers are online, being online with a static brochure like website doesn’t cut it anymore. Customers expect to be able to engage and transact with you online. Ecommerce matters.

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