Strategic IT Partner Selection

8 minute read

Ever since hunting and gathering gave way to agrarian society, the marketplace has been evolving. That’s thousands of years of fine tuning who does what – narrowing focus, gaining expertise. Now it’s 2019, and everyone is a specialist.

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Speech to Text: The Future of Unstructured Data (Part 2)

10 minute read

We had a lot of fun in Part 1, exploring Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) and brainstorming ways it can help business harness unstructured data to work smarter. But now we’re moving into the nitty-gritty. What’s technically possible, and who’s currently doing…

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Speech to Text: The Future of Unstructured Data (Part 1)

8 minute read

I listen to a lot of podcasts. Some people might say I have a problem. Pocket Casts would confirm it. The app has clocked me at about two hours a day for the past year. That’s a lot of ideas and…

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Cloud Power to the People

3 minute read

The tech world is abuzz with news coming out of Microsoft Ignite 2018: new tools to try, new features to eagerly anticipate, and of course, lots of to-do lists. Brad Anderson’s Why and how you simplify IT…

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Mind Over Machines Names Business Strategist Steve Navarro VP of Sales & Marketing

Software Consultancy Bucks “Best-Kept Secret” Status 

Mind Over Machines has a 30-year track record of helping businesses work smarter. The software and data consultancy maintains consistent growth through…

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Diversity Strengthens Higher Ed & Higher Tech

5 minute read

The Waterfront Tech Series soared into its second season with Episode 5: Higher Tech, Higher Ed. This time, the quarterly learning and networking event examined how technology is being used to develop and retain talent at…

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How CRMs Help Nonprofits Serve

8 minute read

We’ve been trying hard lately to convince people that CRMs do more than track customers. They are not the exclusive domain of corporate sales and marketing. That’s why we prefer to call them XRMs, where the…

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Business Intelligence: Ditch Your Excuses & Assumptions

8 minute read

My journey into business intelligence (BI) began with an IBM commercial about a bakery. Using analytics, the bakery uncovered a customer coping method of sorts: People buy more cakes when it rains. This unexpected insight allowed the shop to better plan its inventory based on…

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6 Lesser-Known Uses for Your CRM

9 minute read

Last week, Mike convinced you to push through your anxieties to find the CRM that works for you. Now you have this perfectly tailored CRM that fits the way you do business. It’s saving you all kinds of time and money…

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3 Common CRM Myths: Busted

7 minute read

Poor data quality, outdated systems, broken business processes. These are the top complaints we hear from technology leaders – and every other type of strategic leader, from finance to operations.

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