In my last post, I shared the top 4 reasons why 9 out of 10 strategic plans fail. Now that we're in a new year and need to put these plans into motion, you'll need to get everyone in your company moving toward your established goals. In order to do this, it's best to make your strategic plan as focused and as simple as possible, but not too simple. Here are 6 tactics you can use to improve your strategic plan's success rate and achieve your goals.
How to Achieve Your Strategic Plan
At TSIA, we are dedicated to helping services organizations both large and small grow and advance in the technology industry. We'd like to take the opportunity to welcome our newest members, as well as acknowledge companies already a part of the TSIA community who have recently expanded their membership to include additional service disciplines TSIA has to offer. Here's a little bit about each company, in their own words.
professional services automation (PSA),
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As our world becomes more connected, the resulting technological climate has had a growing impact on the way traditional hardware manufacturers run their businesses. “Why Services is the Big IoT Opportunity for Hardware Manufacturers," a free ebook by TSIA's Vele Galovski and Harald Kopp, is a roadmap hardware manufacturers can use to navigate the path to digitization and unlock the new business opportunities presented by smart services and the Internet of Things (IoT).
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Technology Services World Conference,
The world has been changing over the past 10 years for hardware companies. Today, faster innovation cycles and falling barriers to entry are driving commoditization, virtualization is fueling demand for software running on industry standard hardware, and everyone is chasing higher margin, recurring revenue offers. Hardware companies are responding to these shifts by augmenting their portfolios to include more software and services offerings, but many are struggling with the transition.
Whether your company is looking to break into a complementary software market, enhance your hardware products with managed services, or respond to the virtualization trend, here are four key steps you should take to address common challenges hardware companies face.
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In an increasingly connected world, the Internet of Things (IoT) is forcing traditional hardware manufacturers to rethink how they run their businesses. The historical make/sell/ship business model is no longer sufficient now that customers expect providers to help them save money and improve their business outcomes. To respond to changing customer demands and offset the industry-wide trend of declining product revenues, many hardware manufacturers are embracing smart, connected products to create new revenue streams. In this infographic, you'll see just how IoT is impacting hardware manufacturers and why embracing digitization is crucial to improving revenue growth in a rapidly changing technological climate.
internet of things (IoT),
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