Posted 10/11/2018 by
Call it customer experience, or the trendier CX. It really doesn’t matter. What matters is that the experience a business creates for its customers is increasingly important to its bottom line.
Posted 09/27/2018 by
What would you say about a program that gives you the tools and insight to help you be more successful, and then rewards you for that success? And we’re not talking mere trinkets you understand. We’re talking about legendary parties, thousands of dollars in marketing, and business-building trips to some of the most amazing destinations in the country. Would you say a program like that goes beyond expectations? So would we… in fact, we have!
Posted 09/26/2018 by
According to a rugged-tablet-sector, worldwide forecast in ReportLinker, “experts estimate the worldwide rugged tablet market to increase at a compound annual growth rate of ~6.8 percent during 2018–2022. The same report also says there’s increasing demand in the defense market, a customer preference for feature-rich devices, and that one market challenge is the high initial-procurement cost of rugged tablets.
Posted 09/20/2018 by
When you research what customers want now, and in the future, it becomes quite obvious they expect one thing above all others: complete solutions. So, they want to do business with companies that help create those solutions as painlessly and effectively as possible. As the center of the solution delivery channel, ScanSource is the ideal choice—especially in an increasingly on-demand economy (aka, ecommerce) that’s a driving force behind the expansion in warehouse and distribution centers.
Posted 06/02/2018 by
Selling your home in a buyer’s market is something homeowners dread. The competitive offers at full price are replaced by the sinking feelings of less-than-asking price and ponying up cash for incentives you weren’t expecting. This same level of uncertainty can also be true for employers looking to hire and retain top talent in a job-candidate’s market. At the time of this writing, the unemployment level is hovering around 4 percent. While this is excellent news from the once-frightening 10 percent days of 2009, this lower number poses a challenge for employers hoping to recruit the best and brightest.