On his company’s ninth anniversary, Uber Co-Founder Garrett Camp published his pitch deck for Uber so the world could see. It was created three years before the company’s official launch in 2011, the deck details how a ride service could offer a superior alternative to the good old taxicab. In six years, Uber has completely disrupted
Outsourcing is a valuable business tool that can help you gain market share at a rapid pace. Most projects and departments can and should be outsourced in certain situations. While it can be hard to step back from handling everything on your own, you’ll find it well worth it in the end. Here are
Identifying the differences between a call center and a contact center is the first step in choosing which one is right for your brand and your customers. Many times these terms are still used interchangeably, but that can result in a critical business mistake. In order to discuss what makes them different we first have
In today’s world, innovation is the key to growing your company. The “norm” is no longer acceptable as savvy consumers are always on the look out for the next best thing. Think about any leading brand in an “old” industry such as Netflix, Tesla, and Google. It’s easy to see that they’ve been breaking the
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By Eric Sims, President of Leading Edge Connections I’ve been in this industry for almost 13 years now. I’ve seen the good, the bad, and the ugly. Too much ugly. About 2 years ago two buddies of mine and I decided we were tired of working for other companies who seemingly just didn’t get it.
In today’s aggressive and customer-centric professional world, customers want immediate responses, quality interactions, and timely results. The truth is that it’s difficult to keep up with the demand that’s being placed. The Small companies out there can become especially frustrated because they typically don’t employ enough workers to perform the company’s tasks and interact