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July 15, 2010

360 Visibility to Implement 360 PropertyManager© (for Microsoft Dynamics® NAV) for Hamilton Port Authority

360 Visibility was chosen among competitors to implement their proprietary software, 360 PropertyManager© for Dynamics NAV to bring precision and power to the Hamilton Port Authority. 360 PropertyManager© will add […]
March 15, 2010

Making Time – The Value Of Being Smarter With Fewer Resources

In a recent example of Barack Obama’s estimable prowess as an orator, the president referred to corporate America’s ability “to squeeze more productivity out of the workers that they’ve got; […]
February 8, 2010

Heal Thyself, and Thy Technology Infrastructure

You know the feeling. The tickle in the throat. The scratch in the chest. The leak in the nose. Far from down and out, you’re functioning just fine, thankyouverymuch. Still, […]
February 3, 2010

Why Hosted SharePoint?

If you’re familiar with the concept of hosting a website, then you get hosted SharePoint. But that doesn’t mean you’re down with all the details. What is SharePoint? SharePoint is […]
December 14, 2009

Business Software Planning – Where a Dollar Spent Will Payback Fivefold

It’s a hackneyed, overworked, inelegant maxim. But my God, it’s a good one: every dollar spent in planning saves five dollars in implementation. Put In the Effort Too many folks […]
December 10, 2009

A Wholesale Endorsement of Distribution Software

More is not always better. Indeed, in the world of distribution, a condition of either too much or too little is equally undesirable. Best of all? Just enough. It’s extraordinary […]
December 3, 2009

Engineering ERP Alternatives – A Look at Engineering Business Software

A Better Way Just because something has always been done a certain way doesn’t mean it can’t be done another way. A better way. Particularly if the first way has […]
November 30, 2009

Hosted Exchange: Home Truths

I’ve read reports saying that most small businesses operate with substandard e-mail systems that are absent lots of technology’s snazziest features and that don’t accommodate for their employees’ need for […]
November 25, 2009

The Gender Politics of Selling a Company

I recently attended a women’s networking event featuring a panel populated by a few of the guys from Dragon’s Den along with two successful female entrepreneurs. During the lunch, someone […]
November 19, 2009

Recognition—and learning to love it

Good News! Much to my delight and surprise, I was named this year to Profit magazine’s W100 list of the top female entrepreneurs in Canada. This is my third time […]
November 16, 2009

Financial Services Firms, the Most Challenging Data Needs of Any Sector

It was a couple of years ago now, but it still stands out in my head. Birch Hill Equity Partners was the newest offspring of TD Capital, launched as a […]
November 3, 2009

Companies that Implement Virtualization Increase Utilization Of Their Existing Hardware By 65-70%

I read an article in The Wall Street Journal recently that told me what I already know: virtualization is gaining furious ground in spite of—or, more likely, because of—the sputtering […]
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