B2B Writing Samples

Supply chain management

Before you deliver products to your customers, you need to find the raw components that go into those products, then prepare them for delivery (and, unfortunately, be ready to take them back if there’s anything wrong with them.) That, in a nutshell, is supply chain management (SCM).

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Evaluating productivity software training options – a white paper

Companies hand technology to employees every day, but they rarely pause to consider how effective said technology will be, or what they can do to ensure that it does help them get the ROI they seek from it. Sometimes the problem is simply this: not enough communication

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Can You Believe There's an App For That?

originally published on ReadWriteWeb.com on behalf of a client Odd apps for mobile devices date back to at least the Palma Sutra, if not before. But Apple has spurred huge numbers of “fringe developers” to mess with our iBrains. Most of these apps cost $0.99, so developers

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Video-Game HR Recruiting a Near Reality

Would your company recruit skilled employees using a video game? That isn’t a rhetorical question. Recruiting the right people is an unavoidable and costly challenge for many organizations. Enter SkyTroller (iTunes link). This $1.99 iPhone app lets would-be air traffic controllers assign flight altitudes to aircraft entering

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Woodbine Goes Wireless

originally published in CNS Magazine Horseracing enthusiasts in the Greater Toronto area count Woodbine Racetrack as one of their top destinations. They not only have access to live race action 12 months of the year, but each is able to track and wager on equine events happening

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blog post: Tips for the Microsoft Retail Store

originally published on ReadWriteWeb.com Coming soon to a mall near you: the Microsoft Retail Store. Yes, that’s right: Redmond, Washington’s favorite son wants a closer, snugglier relationship with you, the consumer. Given Microsoft’s relative lack of retail experience, and the fact that it plans to locate near

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blog post: Courtroom Tweeting

originally published on ReadWriteWeb.com Traditional news services once had a monopoly on breaking stories. Not anymore. Just as blogging seems to have displaced longer features in traditional media, micro-blogging sites such as Twitter are racing against (and often beating) news services to the scoop. Does this make

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blog post: "Good Enough" Is the Bare Minimum

originally published on ReadWriteWeb.com, written for aplus.net.com Senior Wired Magazine editor Robert Capps penned an article titled “The Good Enough Revolution” for Wired’s September 2009 edition. The print edition included the daring (and perhaps intentionally provocative) subtitle “Why lo-fi tech will rule the world.” This rings of

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FluidConcepts magazine copy

originally published in Award Magazine ‘Think – Design – Create’ aptly describes fluidconcepts’ philosophy on delivering well-designed customized office furnishings. Mississauga, Ontario-based fluidconcepts starts from exceptional up-front design services to guarantee office furnishings, production and service that meet its customers’ needs.

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Article: Q&A with author of How to Write a Non-fiction Book in 60 Days

(This may be posted in its entirety on other blogs or reprinted in other websites.) Freelance writer Luigi Benetton sat down with Paul Lima, author of How to Write a Non-fiction Book in 60 Days, to ask what it takes to actually write a book in 60

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