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XCM Solutions, Inc. (a robust workflow product we use in our firm) conducted a research project last year to identify the differentiating factors between high and low performing firms.  Some of the findings are amazing and support the things THRIVEal firms have been doing all along.  We’ll check them out over the next 7 posts.  Click the image to the left to download a copy of the full report.

 

Habit #5: High Performers Invest Wisely in the Best Solutions for Each Function

High performing firms invest in technology solutions that are best for each particular task.  High performers seek out the best technology for their solutions and choose only best-of-breed.  They don’t settle, but make the commitment to seek out the best solutions for each important function in their firm.

Of note, truly high performing firms don’t simply settle for a single vendor strategy in their search for the right technology, but expect collaborative products to be built allowing them the best choice among products that integrate with one another.

Do you seek diligently for the right product or settle for what the first vendor salesperson peddles you?

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