When there’s an issue at your organization, what’s your first move? Maybe you put the details down in an email, make a note of the situation in a spreadsheet, or even jot something on a sticky note. And then what? What steps do you take to make sure the issue gets resolved?
Research about consumer trends and customer satisfaction abounds in today’s society. With the Internet, we now have the means to reach millions of people and gather data on all manner of topics, including customer needs and wants. And the overarching question is: what exactly do customers want?
We’ve just finalized the details: the topics for the 2019 Issuetrak User Conference are a go! We listened to suggestions and comments from last year's attendees and used that feedback to make this year's event better than ever.
Sunrise Technologies is a Microsoft partner that specializes in providing solutions and customer support for organizations using Microsoft Cloud programs such as Microsoft Dynamics AX and Microsoft Dynamics 365. Based in North Carolina, the organization also has divisions in Europe and Asia and manages over 150 employees across their multiple offices.
Our jobs are becoming more stressful than ever before: a report by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) stated that 40 percent of employees found their job “very or extremely stressful,” and around 25 percent see their jobs as “the number one stressor in their lives.” While a little stress in the workplace can be motivating, high levels of stress over time can lead to burnout, low productivity, and even chronic health problems.
Issuetrak’s versatility is one of its greatest advantages, setting it apart from other issue tracking software. Though we emphasize six “major” usage umbrellas that many of our customers fall under, some Issuetrak users stretch the program’s capabilities and find new ways to deal with the unique challenges they face at their organizations.
At Issuetrak, we’re dedicated to developing a product that not only provides value to our customers, but that adapts to their evolving needs. In order to achieve this goal, our company uses an Agile ideology to drive our product development and to determine the most optimal, valuable updates to our software.
Change is never easy. When you’ve been doing things a certain way for a long time, upsetting the status quo can become a major challenge. However, change is an inevitable part of the workplace, and at one time or another your organization may choose to do something differently -- such as adopting new software.
As a society, we strive to be as productive as possible -- but the shortest path to optimum efficiency isn’t always clear. People thrive in different working environments and productivity “tricks” are rarely one-size-fits-all, complicating efforts to increase focus and improve output at work.