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Companies that invest in new innovations grow total revenues at twice the rate of dinosaurs. IT in Canada Daily is a publication I subscribe to. I would have to agree with its findings overall regarding clients that embrace technology. Obviously there are exceptions, but using old processes and doing things more than once instead of putting in new systems (not just software – systems are processes) has been proven to increase revenue.

While change can be challenging, new innovations can cause revenue to rise. When “change” hits the income statement it is good. Teaching people to do things once is what I do. I believe that repetitive tasks not only wear you down but hit you where it counts (in the pocket). It is something easily changed with guidance. If you want to read their whole article, click here .