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Bradshaw has the best employees around…okay, we’re a little biased but honestly, each employee plays a huge part in the success of Bradshaw and we want you to meet each of them! We will shine the “spotlight” on an employee each month so stayed tuned!
Our first Employee Spotlight is focused on Daniel De La Cruz…
On a recent trip to see my parents in Naples, FL, I met a very nice lady, Lisa, who was a caregiver for their next door neighbor. Lisa said that she had moved to Naples a number of years ago from Dallas. She asked where I lived and worked. I told her about my job and about Bradshaw. She said her brother had a copier repair company and wanted to know if I knew him.
Microsoft Dynamics Convergence is almost here (#CONV12). Normally conferences like these begin on a Monday, but since there’s so much packed into Convergence, DayOne sponsored by the user group communities like NAVUG (#NAVUG) was added, therefore getting a head start on Sunday, March 18.
Certain events, like the World Cup and the Olympics, are so extensive and prominent that they are only held every four years. In the printing industry, that event is called Drupa. It is the largest printing exhibition in the world, attracting almost 400,000 visitors from over 140 countries.
Although many companies have policies against the use of social media in the workplace, and often block access to those sites, the reality of a new method of communication is facing us. A large portion of the next generation to enter the workforce depends heavily on social media as a method of communication. With smart phones, users can access virtually any site and interact socially online ...
Have you ever wondered what MPS actually means? I guess by definition it stands for Managed Print Services, but does anyone really know what it means to manage print? Seems like an odd statement doesn’t it? What’s different about MPS than traditional service contracts? Why would an end-user want to switch from their current service agreement to an MPS program?
I just got back from a user group conference for the ERP system we use (Microsoft Dynamics NAV) called NAVUG Forum. It was my second time attending, and it was a great experience. Product representatives and experts from Microsoft, VAR’s, ISV’s and users of the product from a broad variety of industries are all together in one place...