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I firmly believe that the business card will help archaeologists understand the operation of the contemporary corporation five hundred years from now. They contain personal information about a person, how to get in touch with them and their relative position within the organization. They will also chronicle how businesses have tinkered with the English language as Sales People have transformed into Account Executives. It is a universally accepted custom in business that when you meet another business person there is an expectation that you will receive their business card. It is such an accepted custom that it was brutally parodied in the book and film American Psycho.
It is always nice to hand out business cards and to network however in this age of smart phones and Google Glass why does it have to be so cumbersome. When I receive a business card, I want to place that information into my smart phone right away. The sad reality is that I can't. I either have to go on my e-mail program and enter the information in my contacts or I have to go to an online service which will sync the information with my phone. It just seems wasteful.
It would be nice if a technology exists which makes it possible to instantly scan a business card and place it in our phone's contacts. The good news is we already possess this technology. It is courtesy of Microsoft and it is called MS Tag. Thanks to MS Tag you now have an easy means to allow people to enter your business card into their smart phones. The application is free from Microsoft and once installed easy to use. Just point the camera from the smart phone at the square code and it creates a contact for your phone. That is it. No muss and no fuss.
E3 systems will provide this service free to you or your business. We offer lots of other services to our customers but this is our way of introducing ourselves to people who may not be familiar with business automation or using technology to streamline their business. Contact us today and we will show you how.
Until next time.