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klerigi Business Innovation Series featuring EASI'R

Last update on April 14, 2016.

This post is part of our Business Innovation Series where we interview businesses with innovative or disruptive business models to help shed light on what made the founder start the business, how they handle their industries, and what is next for these amazing companies. Each month we research and select two companies to be featured in this series.


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What service does your company provide to consumers and how is this valuable?

EASI'R offers the next generation of cloud-based CRM solution for the global automotive industry. This CRM solution helps car dealerships build and grow sustainable customer relations and increase ...

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Emerging Trends to Optimize your Enterprise (Part 1 of 5)

Last update on Oct. 13, 2016.

Emerging Trends to Optimize your Enterprise (Part 1 of 5)

As an executive, you are constantly trying to optimize your enterprise and maximize the positivity with both your customers and your employees.  Staying innovative in your approach to operating your enterprise is critical to accelerating growth and maximizing customer efficiencies.  In part one of a five part series, we will explore certain trends that could change how you do business.

It is imperative that the CEO understands the delicate balance of the employee-customer ecosystem and looks for emerging trends to keep both engaged in your brand, product or service.  Nuanced strategies can affect how you engage with both your customers and ...

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Using Data and Analytics to My Competitive Advantage

Last update on Oct. 13, 2016.

Using Data and Analytics to My Competitive Advantage

While data and analytical information has been around for a long time, it is only recently that the speed and depth of that information has been used towards building a competitive corporate advantage.

Information can alter the path of a company and may even prove that an accepted corporate strategy could be flawed.  These insights are everywhere and a good executive knows how to capture them and how to interpret what the data is saying.

Using the speed of todays computing power, a company can build subsets of data from almost any point of contact – audio, video, geospatial ...

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klerigi Business Innovation Series featuring 17hats

Last update on April 14, 2016.

This post is part of our Business Innovation Series where we interview businesses with innovative or disruptive business models to help shed light on what made the founder start the business, how they handle their industries, and what is next for these amazing companies. Each month we research and select two companies to be featured in this series.


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What service does your company provide to consumers and how is this valuable?

17hats provides the all-in-one business system for entrepreneurs. 17hats allows individuals to stop juggling multiple apps and manage their business. From booking clients, to managing projects, to controlling your ...

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Going International: Exploring Mexico as a Market for US Exports

Last update on April 14, 2016.

Mexican exportsWe continue our series on market exports and the US economy.  This week, we explore Mexico as a market for exports from the United States.

The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has fostered the relationship between Mexico and the United States through the comprehensive, market-opening rules. It has also created a more equitable set of trade rules as trade barriers in Mexico are reduced and eliminated.

Mexico is currently the 2nd largest goods partner for the United States.  In 2013, $507 billion was traded between the two countries.  The United States is Mexico’s largest trade partner, with ...

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The Delicate Balance of Outsourcing Tasks in the Corporate World

Last update on Oct. 13, 2016.

The Delicate Balance of Outsourcing Tasks in the Corporate World

The drive for greater efficiency through the outsourcing of various different corporate functions will continue to put more work into the hands of professional firms who are happy to receive them.

Instead of maintaining a large internal staff of lawyers, accountants, engineers, and computer specialists, corporations have turned to a new management model where in-house staff merely coordinates the work of a collection of outside vendors.

Although the hourly costs for outside professionals are higher, corporations save money because the outsiders are not needed full-time.  By outsourcing many of these backroom functions, Mangers can properly optimize the disbursement of precious ...

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How the On-Demand Economy Changes the Way We View Employment

Last update on Oct. 13, 2016.

How the On-Demand Economy Changes the Way We View Employment

The 40-hour workweek is alive and well, but in 2016, it looks completely different than it did a generation ago and the Government is finally getting around to supplying data that accounts for this new work eco-system.

The “on-demand economy”, where everyone from independent contractors to temporary employees are holding multiple short-term jobs at the same time, is changing the way we look at traditional employment and revolutionizing worker engagement on a global level.

This type of “shared economy” has mostly been driven by technology where workers provide services though a mesh of technological applications.  Workers choose these types ...

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