A Case for Adopting Best of Breed

7 reasons to consider Best-of-Breed to drive innovation.

Construction companies know infrastructure. At the core of what they do, they design, they build, they install, they service. Whether setting in place the foundation for a road, a city, or a building, they must create something out of nothing from concept to physical reality. The industry is good at what it does: laying the foundation required to build our imagined future.

The time is right to start considering the imagined future of how Construction companies operate their businesses. Not tomorrow, or next year, but right here and right now. There are many transformational concepts entering the conversation around how technology is impacting the industry, from the use of drones to the use of augmented and mixed reality concepts to 3D printing. But something that is being overlooked and less seldom talked about are the transformational abilities that are already available:


5 Proven Best Practices for Leading a SaaS Startup

"Don't tell people how to do things, tell them what to do and let them surprise you with their results." General George Patton

To become a great leader, it takes a great deal of self-awareness. A great leader knows their strengths and surrounds themselves with a team who will fill in their weaknesses. The strengths a SaaS leader possesses are important and can ultimately make or break a startup. The strengths that set these entrepreneurial spirited individuals apart include tenacity, curiosity, flexibility and passion to name a few.


5 Elements of Successful Software Companies

Figuring out how to effectively scale a software business is often best reflected by taking a walk through the graveyard of failed attempts of companies similar to yours.  Those big ideas and the software solutions that vendors attempted to bring to the market have just as much of an impact on scale as the steps of their leaders that these failed companies took or didn’t take to execute their vision. Businesses can no longer survive with their software operating in a silo.