Category Archives: Quick Hits

Quick Hits: You Have Data; You Have To Use It Better

An interesting headline from HortiDaily came across my inbox: “You cannot survive without data anymore.” In a way, that’s both so true and off the mark at the same time. Truthfully, all growers have data. They’ve always had data. Even when my great-great grandfather, Granddaddy Meetze, who started a hundred-acre… Read more »

Quick hits: Businesses succeed when customer service is Job One

Recently, Dylan Fulk told me it must be difficult to market business software for my job. When you look at business systems like Sage X3 or Sage Estimating at face value, I can see his point. It’s not something you can hold in your hand; everything is conceptual. There’s really… Read more »

Quick Hits: The cost of collecting data you’re not going to use

As we’ve said many times before, business systems excel at collecting data. Whether it’s a manufacturing company using Sage X3 or a construction company using Sage 100 Contractor, tons of data is produced to provide extraordinary insights into your company. In a recent article in Greenhouse Grower, Greg Lafferty said… Read more »