• Benefits of a Top Down Data Analytics Approach

    Submitted on: Thu, 04.20.2017 06:36pm - Annie Eissler

    As software continues to become more and more complex, we find that about 80% of its users tend to utilize about 20% of the software’s functionality. And this is fine, as long as it’s the right 20 percent. To make sure that happens with their analytics software, companies need to take a top-down approach centered on aligning analytics with the company’s overall strategic planning. This, in turn, ensures that your company gets 100% of the value out of the solution without worrying about what percentage of its functionality is actually being put to use.

  • Registration for MITS Exchange 2017: Now Open

    Submitted on: Tue, 04.11.2017 01:58am - Annie Eissler

    Super early bird registration is now open for MITS Exchange 2017, our fourth annual user conference. Register before May 31, 2017 to get the best pricing.

    This year’s agenda will be jam packed! We are adding new sessions to cover the recent releases of MITS Discover and MITS Report, as well as an exciting major release scheduled between now and October.

  • 5 reasons you don’t need distributor analytics

    Submitted on: Tue, 04.04.2017 07:56pm - Annie Eissler

    You can’t read a publication in the distribution world (or business in general!) that doesn’t tout the many business benefits of analytics for staying competitive and growing your business.
     
    Enough already.
     
    Here are 5 reasons why you wouldn’t need a distributor analytics solution:

  • Takeaways on "getting your data act together"

    Submitted on: Thu, 03.23.2017 05:53pm - Annie Eissler

    We were thrilled to see MITS CEO, Gary Owen, featured in the first of a three-part series tED magazine is publishing on data, analytics, and electrical distributors.

  • Shine a light on this cash flow killer: dead stock

    Submitted on: Tue, 03.21.2017 06:18pm - Annie Eissler

    The days when a distributor could afford to let dead stock pile up in the warehouse, gathering dust, are long gone. In today’s just-in-time manufacturing and distribution environment, a combination of effective procurement procedures and getting rid of dead stock can have a significant positive impact on a company’s cash flow.

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