Marlin is the preeminent provider of credit products and services to small businesses nationwide, delivering exceptional value and service to our customers, creating a rewarding environment for our employees and generating superior returns for our shareholders. Helping clients meet their workforce needs is a matter of finding a niche and filling it-and keeping up with human resources trends. Work your way up in the industry by developing a roster of specially skilled workers, then use your “people skills” to build your business.
Helping businesses get plugged in to a new neighborhood comes easy for office-relocation-service entrepreneurs who, as “locals,” know who’s who in providing such services as printing, restaurant delivery and equipment repair. As Dickson, a veteran entrepreneur, has found, determining if there is a market for your idea is essential before you roll it out. Otherwise, it’s easy to waste a lot of time and money on a product or service that no one wants.
The benefits of a service-aligned approach to IT operations seem obvious. With a shift in emphasis to a business services perspective, we as an industry can go much further so that IT delivers on the promise of partnering with the business, speaking the same language as the business, and becoming a real bottom-line contributor to business results.
Those plans appear to have been hatched by Bain & Company, as IBM engaged the consultancy for a dose of the business services the letter we’ve seen claims IBM is very good at doing all by itself. Customized financial services that offer convenience, value and flexibility for you and your business.
Stefan Metzger has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry with in-depth knowledge of the market in the areas of sales, business development, IT and process management, outsourcing and the insurance industry. He sits on the board of the Swiss Association of ICT providers (SWICO) and ICT Switzerland, the umbrella organization of the Swiss ICT-associations. Through this engagement, he shows his commitment to Switzerland as an important ICT location. He studied business economics at the ZHAW and holds an MBA from Henley Management College (UK).