First impressions are critical for many people when they start new jobs, yet they can also be critical for solution providers when they hire good talent into critical roles, especially if they can help the company grow.
Those first impressions tend to be baked into an employee's mind during the onboarding process, when he or she starts the new job, and they can be critical toward ensuring that the employee won't have second thoughts about having accepted the job offer.
In one corner, you have aging baby boomers, now in their 50s and 60s, who are in the twilight of their careers, with one eye on their work and the other on that upcoming stage of life in which they'll look to settle into retirement.
In the opposite corner are the millennials – the dominant generation in the U.S. workforce – who are reshaping business and making their unique mark on the American workplace.
Now, what happens when you pull them out of the corners and into the middle of the room?
The start of a new year is a time for reflection and resolutions. As we move through January we often shape and finalize goals and objectives for the upcoming year. However, in the business world the most important question is how did the last year end?
According to The NPD Group’s Distributor Track and Commercial Reseller Tracking Service, large format commercial displays (LFCDs) saw some of the strongest growth in the B2B indirect channel over the past year, compared to other NPD categories.
One may ask, if you already have great next-generation technology, why do you need Invincea’s technology? There’s an “Avengers” analogy to be had here: It’s great to have a group of heroes around to defend the world. But it’s much better to add another hero to the ensemble.
(NOTE: This story was originally posted to CRN.com Feb. 7.)
What Looms For Solution Providers?
Solution providers this year will embrace applications and Software-as-a-Service, shift resources away from legacy data center hardware, and attract attention from private equity or activist investors.