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December 2012 Digital Edition

Moving into 2013 - Have at it!

Finally, the New Year is in sight yet with as much speculation as with expectation. So make the necessary changes now in order to claim the hard-won victories on the horizon. And there will be those needed wins, believe it. Without question, 2012 will go down as a year to remember. Amid an economic slump to a slow revival, a nail biter presidential campaign, a superstorm that claimed coastlines and cities, amid the ongoing shenanigans of Wall Street and big banks, we Americans, co-workers, families and friends, rebuked the sidelines in order to persevere and thrive.

And now it's time to close the door on this year, the indelible 2012, taking our lessons learned into 2013. And what better than reading the transformative insights of your peers on what they gleaned and how they see it going forward, insightfully revealed in our cover story to arm you with a playbook for the new year ahead. A must read if there ever was one...on what missed the mark for providers this year yet what better opportunities lay ahead. Leaders reveal the good, the bad, and the ugly - and what could advance your business in 2013. Make it yours for a happier New Year!

Enjoy the read!

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ITEX 2012
Cover Story
What Missed the Mark in 2012 & What to Plan for 2013

by Sand Sinclair, Editor
Without question, 2012 is a year to remember. Amid the economic indicators reporting increased recovery in some markets, albeit slow, we endured political rhetoric that finally ended with a newly elected president, watched a Northeast megastorm slam miles of historical coastlines and adjacent cities, observed Occupy Wall Street and big bank shenanigans, as our own industry evolves at rapid speed as well.
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Business Strategies
Why Websites Fail

by Corey Smith, Dealer Marketing Systems
In 1995, I coded my first website. To say the least, it wasn’t anything to get excited about. I was really excited when I figured out how to have a hover affect for a button. I realize now that, even by the standards of the day, it wasn’t even good enough to be called mediocre.
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Sales & Marketing
Ensure Your Business Is Better Off Today & Tomorrow

by Bonnie Harvey & Michael Houlihan, Authors and Small Business Pioneers
No matter who occupies the White House, entrepreneurial small business owners will have to rely on who we’ve always relied on to be successful: ourselves, our employees, and our customers.
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Business Solutions
Universal Printer Drivers: Can They Really Impact Your Bottom Line?

by Arron Fu, UniPrint
Considering the myriad of issues IT executives and decision makers today must grapple with—such as a more mobile workforce, new geographies, reduced budgets—it’s no wonder that questions about how to integrate different hardware and software components seamlessly, and in a cost-effective manner, have been gaining attention.
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Technology Solutions
Tracking & Servicing printers with Mobile GPS

by Dr. Satwant Kaur, HP
After talking with Dr. Kaur, here is an excerpt from that interview to review:
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Business Planning
A Formula for Staff Selection

by Rich Sissen, Management Consultant
A good selection system is going to show you how to get the answers to three critical questions. What I call the ECS System of Success by Selection does, is show you how the lack of any of those elements will limit your ability to make successful decisions. Let’s define a successful selection decision.
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