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February 6, 2017

We’re talking a lot about “UP: Unleashing Potential.” And with good reason. IT is asked to do more than ever today with fewer and fewer resources. Keeping things working while innovating. It’s a tough ask.


Innovating and sustaining exist at different ends of the spectr...

February 3, 2017

Our last few blog posts have been about us and how we’re different than the “big guys.” Some people have written in to say that we’re being “too hard on the big guys.”


Fair point. The big guys didn’t get big on accident. They must have been doing something right to get...

January 23, 2017

In the last blog (“No One Gets Fired For Picking Salesforce…BUT”), we talked about the fact that we’re relatively unknown in the market. So, we would solve that and share a bit about who we are. 


This isn’t our first foray into this space. Many of us were a part of ano...

January 23, 2017

Have you heard of this saying: “No one ever got fired for picking Salesforce?” It essentially means, with all of the choices available to us, you can’t necessarily go wrong with choosing the ‘safe’ pick. So, instead of ‘wasting’ time to investigate new options and pote...

January 23, 2017

Last post we talked about our new tagline: “Up: Unleashing Potential.” We shared that the services we provide give engineers the thing they need most: time. Time to innovate. Time to explore. Time to do!


But there’s more to UP than giving you time. Working with Wholest...

January 3, 2017

Happy New Year! This time of year generally brings about an “out with the old, in with the new” attitude. Here at Wholestack Solutions, we’re constantly evolving, while holding on to those things that make us…us! So, instead of getting rid of the old and ushering in th...

December 19, 2016

We’re talking about tools today as part of our Serve First series. In the last post, we covered how over-utilizing our people resources leads to an IT department that says, “No,” and doesn’t have time to be nice. 
 

We have to find ways to create time without...

December 5, 2016

In a previous blog post, we talked about the concept: serve first. The first component was customer service. Today? We talk about saying yes and being nice (the two go hand-in-hand). 
 

Think about the last interaction you had as a customer. How did it go? I have an exa...

November 21, 2016

Serve first. It’s one of our most important mottos. However, there’s a lot to serve first, so let’s tackle the most obvious first: customer service. 

IT has historically poor reputations when it comes to customer service. But they also get failing grades around the wa...

November 7, 2016

One of the biggest challenges we face in technology today is technologists tend to focus on the what or the how, and not the why. Or, put another way: we focus on the tech not the touch. 
 

What is this “touch” we mention? Some call it playing politics; we lik...

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