Managing costs would have to be one of the most common challenges discussed when we meet clients. No matter how frugal you are, how well you educate staff, costs of many essentials continue to rise – but putting up your own prices may make you less competitive. Many of the businesses we work with are seeking a fresh perspective on how they can use technology to keep costs under control – and there are many ways we can help. One of the easiest, though, is also the most often overlooked.
EX? No, we are not talking about your previous significant other who always forgot to unpack the dishwasher or take out the bins. We are talking about Employee Experience.
The experience your employees have from the moment they first interact with your company’s recruiter, right through to their departure, is a collective series of emotional interactions the service industry has coined with the term ‘EX’.
The greater the role of technology in business operations, the higher the priority must be for the IT department to plan for the unexpected. Given that today’s organisations depend on IT to an unprecedented level, regular review and testing of the disaster recovery (DR) plan makes sense. But what should be on the plan?
Delivering a better customer experience begins with engaged employees, however finding the perfect work life balance can be challenging for many companies.
Its Saturday morning, a perfect Brisbane winters day. With 20 staff in attendance, this well anticipated event was sure to go down in TechPath history. Based on a German sports comedy show, Bubble Soccer involves large inflatable balls that allow two teams to bump and bounce their way around a field, providing the ultimate entertainment for players and spectators alike.