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AI

Vocations of the Future

There is a lot of banter, which is backed up by well-research papers on how Automation and Robotics (powered by AI) will replace manufacturing jobs. Blue-collar jobs are not the only ones however, that face imminent and progressive extinction. A recent survey report conducted by the World Economic Forum predicts futuristic trends affecting certain jobs …

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Trading

How would you like to be served?

The thought of “servers” and “hosting” are rarely things you consider on a daily basis. If you are not an IT or a software architect, then probably not at all. For the mentioned professionals, however, these decisions are critical to the operations of a business however large or small. There is a fine line between …

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Life hacks using tech

We often do things out of routine without considering if there is an easier way to achieve the same result quicker and even more effectively. In a larger company or organization, this is the job of the business analyst. What if we applied this to other daily activities and tasks that shape the way we …

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One tool to serve them all

When working in retail, finance, and manufacturing (sales) industry, you often come across one unavoidable piece of software. A Customer Relationship Management software or what is abbreviated to CRM. Now what really is really astonishing is when people ask how a CRM can actually help their business. Often one gets asked what CRM stands for …

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Connect with the world faster

It is quite hard to understand why anyone would bother to ask (sometimes silly) questions these days when answers lie within the tips of our fingers – literally.  Back in the day, we used to have the ordained task of trekking to school or public libraries, or in some cases, rely on the local nerd …

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Sales misconception – debunqed!

The ‘great’ art of selling is about earning and keeping your client’s trust. In business or commerce, there is nothing greater than the feeling of completing that successful sale. By successful, we refer the whole process: from convincing the customer that your product or service will meet his/her long or short-term needs. This is after …

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