Initiatives to help combat climate change have increasingly creeped into companies’ long-term business goals over the years. Many are striving to reach environmental targets – oil giants like BP, Eni SpA, Equinor ASA, Shell, Respol SA, and Total SA have all announced ambitious goals in the last year to reach net-zero carbon dioxide emissions. Accompanying these announcements have also been pledges to invest heavily in renewables.
Currently, the emphasis is on transition and starting to rollout efforts that make operations more sustainable. It’s impossible for an organization to become “100 percent green” overnight. The reality is, starting with smaller steps and making the way up to large strides is an efficient strategy. There is an abundance of tools and processes at our disposal to make business as green as possible…. Read More »
Telecoms and Other Sectors Can Target Cost-Cutting Initiatives with Operational and Sustainability Upsides
It’s fair to say that whatever budget a company had in place for FY2020, some coronavirus-driven changes have been necessary. For about one in five businesses—mostly those supporting remote work tools and other hot commodities—COVID-19 has unleashed dollars. But for a large majority of enterprises dealing with revenue downturns and long-term uncertainty, the budget has become a battleground.
To make smart cost-cutting adjustments without harming the business’ long-term prospects, you need good data. Fortunately, Sagent gives Fortune 500 companies, telecom network operators, government entities, and even hardware OEMs access to data points they can use to chart a path toward lower spending, greater profitability, and decreased environmental impact, regardless of the economic backdrop…. Read More »
How a responsive IT hardware maintenance strategy slashed downtime and improved customer experience for a large, multi-site restaurant brand.
What happens when an organization with over 1,000 locations enhances its hardware maintenance strategy with higher service levels, localized engineering and parts depots, and a commitment to maximum first-time fix rates?
If you’re Brinker, which operates Chili’s Grill and Bar and Maggiano’s Little Italy restaurants, it means you have cooked up something great with a new level of break/fix responsiveness. And what they discovered might just help you set a new standard for IT maintenance…. Read More »
COVID-19 has turned the restaurant industry completely on its head over the last four months, and unfortunately, these effects likely will not be short-term.
States across the nation are in different stages of reopening. In places like Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts, indoor dining has become a reality again. The New York Metro area is limited to outdoor dining only, and Texas is closing bars and reducing restaurant occupancy as cases spike. No matter what stage of reopening a restaurant falls within, the reality is, there are complicated guidelines and restrictions in place that businesses must follow to remain open…. Read More »