We need Pizza!: An Automation Tale
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Running businesses and interacting with people every day are two of Jeff Kahler’s favorite things, but what he loves most is making the business run as smoothly as possible. How? Through automation. Join us this week as Jeff discusses some really great automation ideas…and some really not-so-great ones. It takes creativity, ingenuity, and grit – and you have to have them if you’re going to get the pizza – and the software – to the people.
Do you have any good (or bad) automation experiences to share? Send us a message!
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