The Etchasoft Blog

Software should last forever

Software should last forever

Tuesday, October 02, 2018
Organizations are using more automation than ever before and running new technology can be exciting, especially when it’s continuously proving its worth. However, as much excitement as these new changes may bring, finding out that these software products also need maintenance can be anticlimactic, especially when it’s too late.

Let’s Take Out the Phones!

Let’s Take Out the Phones!

Wednesday, September 05, 2018
To fully realize the benefits of automation, executives must set realistic and measurable goals for business process automation (BPA), understand the tools available to ensure a smooth transition and the issues of change management they will face when automating. One approach that works for one organization rarely works for another.

Can You Spare a Pencil?

Can You Spare a Pencil?

Tuesday, August 07, 2018
Technology has proven its worth as an asset in an organization’s daily activities. In fact, many routine tasks have become so dependent on technology that it’s safe to say a lack of technology could cause panic. However, it’s important to remember that technology can sometimes fail and not everything needs to be automated. Sometimes the solution to your problem is old "technology" - the pencil.

Easier for Who?

Easier for Who?

Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Every manager and executive aspires to grow and improve their organization. I’ve never heard a successful executive say “We don’t need to worry about improving the organization.” However, those goals are often met with skepticism and opposition - from within their own organization.

Bridging the Communication Gap Between Technology and Customer Needs

Bridging the Communication Gap Between Technology and Customer Needs

Thursday, May 03, 2018
“The gap between the real world and IT Solutions is huge and the one who is able to bridge this gap to match business critical user needs wins the game,” says Solteq’s Client Executive Bengt Holmberg. But, mapping out and understanding the nature of these gaps on paper aren’t enough. Software development companies today must be able to translate, adapt, and fine-tune technology, processes and productization...