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June 9, 2009
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Business Solutions with a Long View

Here at 360 Visibility, we’re fond of saying that our clients can see clearly and act faster. With the launch of this blog, we look to increase the sight lines, […]
February 15, 2009
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Timing is Everything for Project-based Businesses

The Aberdeen Group released a report recently that made me shake my head in one of those “I-told-you-so” kind of ways. The study, called Delivering Project Profitability: On Time and […]
January 23, 2009

Business Intelligence – At a Discount

Manage Your Business the Right Way Most executives would agree that accurate and timely information is central to their ability to successfully manage their business. So is the ability to […]
November 23, 2007
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When Was the Last Time You Tried to Buy From Your Company?

The majority of senior management believes that their product or service is fundamentally easy for their clients or customers to buy. Unfortunately, in many cases, this is not the reality. […]
June 23, 2007

Generally Accepted Selling Principles: Is Your Company GASP-Compliant?

In the last issue, we began a discussion of the need for an organization to adopt Generally Accepted Sales Principles. Principle 1 was with respect to the need for a […]
March 23, 2007
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Software Upgrades and Their Total Cost of Ownership

Almost every business today needs a wide range of information technology to function, and everyone knows that all software must be upgraded at some point, but any major new software […]
November 23, 2006
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Management Reporting Infrastructure that Improves the Bottom Line

A State of Chaos In many businesses today, management reporting is in a state of chaos. All too often, it is ad-hoc, labor intensive, and cumbersome. Many times, the accuracy […]
October 23, 2006

Revenue Optimization for Manufacturing Businesses – Bottom Line Results by way of Top Line Improvements

The Bottom Line All businesses must deliver acceptable bottom line results to their owners or shareholders, or eventually perish. Most often, these bottom line results are sought in the form […]
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