SMALL BUSINESS MONTH – How Small Businesses Can Leverage Strong Partnerships to Scale and Grow

By Jason Keown, Senior Director of Marketing & eCommerce, Grand & Toy October marks Small Business Month and it’s a great time to applaud Canada’s fastest growing companies, and the entrepreneurs that founded them. What’s truly commendable is their ability to be lean, agile and creative, adapting to the changing needs of the industry. Grand & Toy was also a

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Tapping into the full power of multi-function devices is crucial for SMBs in the knowledge economy

By: Karl Boissonneault, Guest Columnist Software and apps at the same time. are transforming printers and copiers into modern day Workplace Assistants, to help get work done better. We’ve probably all found ourselves in the same position at some point in our careers — standing in front of the printer, randomly poking at buttons and wondering how to get the machine to

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WHAT IS YOUR FAMILY BUSINESS’s SUCCESSION PLAN

By Eric Gilboord, Columnist  I’ve noticed lately how older Owner/Operators tend to view business transitions differently than younger. It has been interesting to watch the changes in attitude over the past few months, as it relates to their opinion on transitions. Some older, late 60’s into their 70’s and even 80’s are just now taking the whole “I better think

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THE DIGITAL WORLD – The Great Paper Chase

When it comes to finding areas to cut down on a company’s paper use, the Human Resources (HR) department is typically one of the best places to start. Based on findings derived from analytics in our Managed Print Services (MPS) solution, HR is typically second only to finance in terms of departments that rely heaviest on paper-based processes, instead of

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