The One Commodity We're Always Trading

Barry Kroeker - November 12, 2013
We talk a lot about commodities—oil, water, natural gas. But what about time?

Time is the one commodity we’re always trading, whether we realize it or not.

So why do we spend so much time on tedious tasks rather than projects that move us forward?

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Technology allows us to spend time more intelligently. Using automated processes, we can cut hours down to minutes. By taking advantage of data sharing, collaboration becomes effortless. And data storage is easier than ever. Archives are available anytime, from anywhere in the world.

Energy management processes offer unique opportunities. Through the power of software, time formerly dedicated to reporting, auditing, and mundane utility bill management tasks can be traded for analysis and project development.

By leveraging technology, we can spend less time entering or converting information, and more time making sense of it. We catch inefficiencies, and identify new strategies.

We move forward.

Topics: The Workplace

Barry Kroeker

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Barry Kroeker

Barry is Senior Marketing Manager for EnergyCAP, Inc., where he manages company advertising, campaign and content development, PPC , SEO, social media, and client case studies.

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