A Guide for Technology Providers to Adapt to Clients’ Consumption Behavior In the 1800s, food shopping was an arduous affair. Need meat? Head to the butcher. Vegetables? Stop by the greengrocers. Bread, milk, fish, and flour? Count on stops at the bakery, dairy shop, fishmonger and dry grocer, too.
Many years ago, when my husband and I lived in Washington, we took a road trip to the Olympic Peninsula for a day of exploring. This was before GPS-equipped cell phones, so we were relying on a paper map to navigate the hundreds of twisting roads in pursuit of a remote waterfall.
What I Learned from Don Crawley on Effective Written Business Communication Over the last eight months, technology solution providers have made drastic changes to the way they communicate with clients and prospects. Distributed workforces on both sides are relying heavily on collaboration tools and written communication to keep business running smoothly. With inboxes bursting at the seams, how can you ensure your team’s written communication cuts through the noise and achieves its intended goal? Keep reading for tips to help improve your communication skills.
Customers often choose financing because the option offers a predictable monthly payment for essential-use equipment – a payment that has been carefully selected to fit within their monthly operating budget. What’s better than a full technology solution implementation at the cost of a convenient and affordable monthly payment over the course of several years? Perpetually obtaining new and advanced technology that is fully-supportable by you, the Service Provider.
Approval Process for Technology Solution Providers to Offer Financing A common question MSPs and Solution Providers that are looking to work with GreatAmerica ask is: “My customer is looking for credit, so why does GreatAmerica need to approve my business?”