The BT ISDN switch off: How it will affect your business

BT has announced it will be switching off its PSTN and ISDN networks in 2025 in favour of IP voice services, with a gradual phase-out of the older systems starting in 2020. At this point, BT will cease taking ISDN orders, and all businesses will be forced to find other IP-based options for their business […]

The Pain of Change is Mandatory – it is the suffering that is optional

Now that I have grey in my beard (actually I have lot of grey in my beard) I often get asked how do I grow my career in IT and how should I approach my career development – the question often comes with the anticipation of receiving a secret magic key and a clear path […]

Is Bad Data Costing You Your Edge? Incomplete, inconsistent, and inaccurate data is holding you back.

Provider information fuels the marketing and sales efforts of life sciences organizations. It helps you focus your outreach efforts and uncover additional sources of revenue. Knowing which providers to approach and where to find them are critical pieces of information. The wrong records result in costly mistakes and missed opportunities. So it makes sense that […]

Do car salesman have a future?

Yesterday, a friend went to a premium brand dealership, showing interest on a specific model. It was a first approach and he was surprised by the salesman starting the conversation by price and discount. The potential Customer was immediately invited to sit at a desk and to discuss buying details. In the digital age, Customers […]

Can Clinical Registries Close Healthcare Analytics Gaps?

Improvement in our health system is sorely needed and analytics may be one of our biggest opportunities to shape the future. Other industries have leveraged sophisticated data tools and techniques to not only improve but completely disrupt standards and best practices.   Modernizing clinical registries may be the most likely place to start as this long […]

Analytics, Big Data And A Shocking Waste Problem

It’s a shocking fact that in the 21st century more than three quarters of a billion people do not have access to enough food to keep themselves healthy, while 30% of the food produced around the world goes to waste. It’s partly a problem of logistics – it’s expensive to keep food fresh and get […]