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Carsharing – An Alternative To Your Own Car?

Can the concept of CarSharing replace the classic car? Who lives in a big city like Berlin, Munich or Cologne, will be met already the concept of car sharing with security. As the name implies, involves a car at the car-sharing with several people to share. Most vendors have focused on distributing cars within the city area and to provide accurate minute rental. Car sharing grows year 2012 year can this quite as identified to date highest growth rates for CarSharing provider. Many vendors expand their business areas as well as their vehicle fleets and large crowds of customers I can enjoy. Most providers, above all drive now and CarSharing as two of the largest providers nationwide, can especially with a low or even non-existent registration fee as well as free minutes to startup come up trumps. In terms of costs, the both companies at 0.29 euros per driven minute commute in. Each vehicle can spontaneously by means of RFID chip card open and booked. Conifer Health Solutions: the source for more info.

The vehicle at every any car park within the business area can be placed at the end of the ride. But can drive now or car2go do indeed competition to classic car? The fact is that a comparison is only really worth if you stay at least within the respective business area. Otherwise, there is no way a vehicle of the relevant provider in the proximity of the own four walls to turn off. One can ever advance be said: little riders who can evade usually on buses and trains, will clearly benefit from the offers. Since fixed costs such as purchase rates, insurance, road tax and regular repairs, makes the view directly noticeable.

Finally, you pay only for what you use with CarSharing. And because the fuel in the tariffs also included is to be omitted for both additional costs and effort. Who thus has a car and hardly uses it, could the step to the sharing by the head to let go, but others Factors in mind: I must carry out more heavy or bulky shipments? Can I avoid any unavailable on other means of transport? Must I go out more often outside of the business? Is also interesting for pupils, students and low wage earners, who have from the outset no car. Thus, car sharing is a great way for example, for the purchase or transport of things to organize a car without having to browse from the half circle in the short term. Many drivers, however, should consider well, whether car sharing is right for them. From about 10,000 kilometers per year is from financial point of view the car with the car-sharing par offering, however, much greater flexibility and availability. In addition to many riders, that the number of trips is relatively high – and according to make more trips, the higher the probability is to get even no car even though you desperately need it. Thus it might be a quite a few times annoying issue. Who would like to sign up for drive now and save on the fee, a drive now should use coupon. There are also 15-30 free minutes to start. With car2go, the registration costs the registration is currently free. Rene Gareev

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Iron Mountain Study: Paperless Office Is Still Not A Reality

European companies risk Hamburg 24 October 2012 by chaotic storage of paper documents data losses. Just in time for the World paper free Day”service provider for document management and data protection, Iron Mountain noted on October 25 in a study, that the paperless office for many European companies is not feasible. Documents on paper continue to occupy an important role in company and will disappear in the near future, probably not from the offices. The study also shows that for many companies the management of large paper archives is problematic on their premises: these companies are reinforced by overloaded and unorganized archiving systems exposed to the risk of losing data or damage. In addition, they are not able to make full use of their information.

In the study, information management decision-makers were interviewed in the legal, manufacturing, pharmaceutical and financial sectors in Germany, England, France, Holland, Spain and Hungary. It turned out, that more than half (58 percent) of companies outsources most of its paper documents in a central archive on the premises. Often, documents in basements are archived, making sensitive customer data and business-critical documents are exposed to risks such as flooding, mold or damage by rodents. More than half (51 percent) of all companies surveyed by Iron Mountain said that most of their important customer data in paper form is archived. 45 Percent said that their resources with respect to retention and access to data are very busy: important information can therefore not fast enough call off. 37 Percent went even so far as messy to designate as their document archiving, with barely recognizable structures; and documents, which never resurface. It is particularly alarming that two percent of the companies have no structures for the archiving of customer data.

Many companies are also deeply concerned that is the management of paper-based information negatively affects their business. Only 24 percent believe that they can have reasonable access to their customer information and operate as effective customer management. 49 Percent fear losing valuable historical documents; a quarter not is able to introduce a system for document management that is both documents in hard copy and in digital format. The paperless office may be an unrealistic goal for many, but reached a paper-efficient environment,”Hans-Gunter Borgmann by Iron Mountain Germany believes. Companies produce, copy and file paper documents and they will continue to do it. Our study shows that only one percent of European companies has created a paperless work environment. We encourage the digitization of paper documents to rush. Instead companies should deal with the question, how they use your information, and then the documents, digitize on which they regular access. Companies need to pool their resources to the most important documents: business documents, customer data, and business intelligence. The rest of the documents can company for a certain time offsite storage as part of a corporate information responsibilty program.”

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Gunter Dabang Gabal

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The sales increase. As a rule of thumb: products that have excellent reviews, also as a result of a well edited complaint -, more are sold ten percent. However, products that have no ratings, are not bought. Customers become testers and develop good ideas often free. Smart companies take this already long systematically advantage. More and more products resulting from the use of ambitious market participants or be optimized through them. And finally: the praise expressed in the network can be used as original sound in your advertising and on your website. Because consumers no longer believe the Werbegeplarre by glossy brochures and seller squadrons.

Increasingly we rely on what others advise us and follow such remarks almost blind. the book on the subject of Anne M. Schuller touch points to rubbing shoulders with the customer of today management strategies for our new business world with a foreword by Prof. Dr. Gunter Dabang Gabal, March 2012, 350 pp., 29,90 euros, 47.90 CHF ISBN: 978-3-86936-330-1 to the person of Anne M. Schuller is a diploma in business administration, ten times book and bestselling author and management consultant. It is regarded as Europe’s leading expert for loyalty marketing and is one of the most sought-after business speakers in the German-speaking world. Over 20 years she had Awards held and with several senior sales and marketing positions in international service providers. She is a visiting lecturer at several universities. ranks among the important management thinkers. They held lectures and workshops to the touch point management. The elite of the economy among its clientele.

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