The U.S. is reportedly experiencing a “surge” in inflation. But what does that mean for your business?
“If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it.” We all know the saying which implies that if a particular something isn’t wrong, we need not take action to correct it. The message can sometimes be great advice, however when it comes to technology, outdated hardware or software are both a liability and a loss of opportunity when it comes to efficiency and cost savings. Simply put — clinging to old, sometimes clunky technology can end up costing more than the price of an upgrade. In this blog, we highlight a handful of pitfalls associated with hanging on to outdated equipment.
I just passed my 20-year work anniversary with GreatAmerica Financial Services. If someone would have asked me when I started if I would be a documentation functional leader of eight teams across two business units I would have said, “No way!”
The great thing about a day in the life of a Documentation Specialist at GreatAmerica is that no two days are exactly the same. Yes, we have our general workflow, but every deal, every customer, and every end user has their own unique items to sift through. We get to be the ones that bring the ins and outs of the deal together, and light up our goal meter. Let me provide you with a sneak peek of a day in the life of a docs team member.
Whether you’ve furloughed or laid off employees or have hung out the help wanted sign, you’ve made the best decisions for your business at this time. Some of the most important work a sports team does is done in the off season and the same can be true for businesses. While we don’t know what the future holds we can be certain of one thing, hiring top talent will always be necessary for successful businesses.