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Status: Member since October 21, 2008
Location: United States of America
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TRCB - Member Profile - John Krzykowski

I am the General Manager for Workplace2go, a leading aggregator of on-demand services. I joined the company in 2007 and is accountable for defining and driving Workplace2go's go-to-market strategy. The company offers services that enable customers to easily scale their business while reducing capital and operating expenses. I have more than twenty years of experience in the software and telecommunications industries providing strategy, sales and marketing, and implementation leadership to entrepreneurial and Fortune 500 companies. Prior work experience includes leadership roles with Accenture, Whittman-Hart, Qwest Communications, and NTT Communications. I earned a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin - Madison.

Email is the most widely used collaboration tool. While email has its place, it is very ineffective tool to share/update documents. I've had situations where a document was updated multiple times in 1 day and new updates where shared via email. Version control is a big problem.
The current coupon process makes no sense given current technology. It's a big business so there is little incentive for established companies to adopt disruptive technology.
Still think that social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube are just for kids? The fact is that over 55 million adults now visit social media sites at least monthly, and the fastest growing demographic on Facebook is 35 and older. And more and more of those 55 million adults no longer look to the Internet and social media networks as one place to find information to make a buying decision…they consider it the place to find information.
Many IT consulting firms are avoiding offering SaaS applications to their clients as an alternative to on-premise solutions. One reason is these firms aren't sure how to generate revenue from SaaS. This blog describes a strategy for generating revenue from SaaS
Potential customers are eying you up every time you interact with them. Prompt response keeps you in the game.
I understand the need to offer inexpensive laptops for developing countries, but there is no reason to limit this technology to these countries.
Data is the life blood for most businesses and data loss could destroy it. Yet most businesses look for cheap solutions that require manual processes. For the cost of a couple lattes, a company could implement an enterprise data protection solution for company PCs.
Cloud computing is in its infancy but catching on quickly because the cost is so low. With tight credit, businesses are gettng creative. Google and Amazon have a big head start on Microsoft
With Capital virtually non-existent, many companies are looking for an option to purchasing software and hardware. On demand software (aka Software as a Service) is a great alternative to owning a quickly depreciating asset.
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