Nowadays we spend a lot of time for certain activities that add little value compared with the results we want to achieve; some of them are inevitable, however, we are so immersed in the routine that we stop looking for a better way to run them.
You just woke up and it’s Saturday, you open the blinds and see that the sun is shining, the sky is clear and you can feel a refreshing breeze slipping through the window frame; at the time you decide to stretch you just go back to bed. You are not going to ride a bike, you are not going to walk your dog, you are not going to take a latte in a coffee shop downtown, you will not visit your mother, and you will not even go downstairs for breakfast and sincerely hope that you can continue your existence in an oxygen diet.
Processes need to be efficient before being automated. If you ask me; salvation or sin?, I'll say that automation is neither one nor the other, it is only the most effective way to -quickly and nonstop- arrive to our destination: heaven or hell.
In today’s EOS people congregate in virtual platforms and not in employment pools. The new Enterprise Operating System (EOS) focuses on adding value through anonymous and automated interactions in order to not waste any time. In today’s EOS people congregate in virtual platforms and not in employment pools, which allows relationships in a global scale.
LOVIS Holdings is the name of a British company with Mexican capital that has transformed consulting services and the implementation of technology solutions for business. LOVIS is much more than technology for business. Its strength lies in the comprehensive consulting services offered to companies, based on the systemic integration of three main services: technology implementation, integration of methodologies to improve operations and business processes, and implementation of strategies for bringing about change.
Is it possible to turn a company into an organic system? When we think of a company, we usually display in our minds equipment and people working for a common goal, however, rarely we analyse the background of these components and how they work to properly yield results. A company is a world, and within it, several elements live, each different from the other, and yet dependent on it. Is there a real synergy between them?