Picture a large-scale event like a music festival or road race, where thousands of people are packed into a small area. Managing this type of event requires a tremendous amount of communication and coordination between security and medical teams, volunteers, vendors and event planners. Strong communication can mean the difference between hosting a successful event and a disaster.
Just in time for the holiday shopping season, we have a small (free!) gift for you. One of our very talented University of Washington interns, Madeline Clarke, created a DIY gift list organizer using our platform. We liked it and decided to White Label the app (in the Google Play Store) so that anyone can use it to manage their gift giving.
Right now “digital transformation” is one of the hottest buzzwords in business. Simply put, digital transformation refers to the process of shifting from a traditional business model to one that is purely digital. This trend is occurring among businesses of all sizes, and across all vertical markets.
Now, you may be scratching your head and wondering how it’s possible for a startup to embrace digital transformation. After all, startups are brand new. There is nothing to transform from.
Generally speaking, most mistakes in business can be corrected. Customers can usually be reimbursed for things like late deliveries, missed calls or negative experiences. Here in the hospice unit at SaaD Healthcare, where I work as Vice President, we don’t have that luxury. Missed communications, in other words, can have significant consequences for the patients and families that we look after. And we don’t always get a second chance to make up for a mistake if it happens.
What do old appliances, used office furniture and broken televisions all have in common? Eventually, big, bulky objects need to get thrown out. And this can be a difficult task.
For help, companies and consumers in the Washington, DC metro area rely on my 1-800-GOT-JUNK business. We help DC-area customers remove unwanted materials responsibly, conveniently and affordably.
My team makes the process look simple, but as it turns out, it’s actually a complicated process that requires a high level of backend orchestration.