Reduce Costs

The Reality of Making a Difference - it can reduce costs and increase efficiency

Our latest guest author in 'The Making a Difference' series is Scott Petrie of Analysis Logic. Scott considers the question posed in the initial article “Are commercial concerns and the desire to make a difference mutually exclusive”. Scott believes they are compatible. He provides insights into...

Continuing our 'Making a Difference' series, Scott Petrie of Analysis Logic describes the help he provides to a company which resulted in reducing costs and streamlining the technology structure.

At the start of this “Making a Difference” series of articles, Janice asked whether commercial concerns and ‘making a difference’ are compatible or mutually exclusive.  I think they are compatible and believe the best results always come from those who think about the bigger picture, and not the immediate gain.

Picture of money and the word 'costts' accompanying the article: The Reality of Making a Difference - it can reduce costs and increase efficiency. Continuing our 'Making a Difference' series, Scott Petrie of Analysis Logic describes the help he provide to a company which resulted in reducing costs and streamlinign the technology structure.    At the start of this “Making a Difference” series of articles, Janice asked whether commercial concerns and ‘making a difference’ are compatible or mutually exclusive