In one of the most famous books on entrepreneurship and business growth “The Myth of the Entrepreneur” by Michael E. Gerber, he mentions the characteristics that the backbone of every successful business has: innovation, quantification and execution. It is well said in a popular way that, everything that is not measured cannot be optimized, nor can it be corrected.
This trend of administrative and business control has been applied and implemented in all industries for several years, to the extent that today business intelligence applications are one of the most powerful tools used globally. We live in the age of big data, cross information and real-time information, being a company that today is not taking advantage of the above, puts you at a considerable disadvantage against the rest of your competition .
Why is the quantification of everything so relevant? Decision-making with information mitigates risk and although it does not guarantee success, at least it puts you in an analytical, comparable and correctable framework. If we don’t know what works and to what extent, how can we correct it?
Likewise, this type of information can help us decide which are the indicated places where we should be focusing our energy, help us to identify which are the true sources of income and in which the effort does not represent the expected return. In the same way, identify which are those unnecessary expenses or that are greater than necessary and that we could optimize to increase our profits.
At Evox we have a solution called Keytia that helps you to be able to verify and optimize your technological expenses such as: cellular data, minutes of calls via cell phone, landline and internet providers. How about you are paying more megabytes than you need or your sellers require a different phone plan than the one they currently have?
You can avoid all this thanks to the Keytia platform and service, which will allow you to identify these areas of opportunity and act on them with the best information available.