12.17
2019

Season’s Greetings From Actsoft and Our New Corporate Vision

The prosperity of our customers and business partners remains our highest priority here at Actsoft. This holiday season, we’d like to take a moment to thank each and every business we’ve had the chance to work with over the course of the past year, as well as restate our commitment to their successes both now and in the future.

We typically take this time of year to reflect on all of the efforts we’ve made in working on our solutions, individual customer experiences, and processes over the past few quarters to ensure they remained as positive as possible. Seeing what was most effective and striving to fill next year with even more of those moments is a key principle for our team. It’s also an exciting time for us during the holiday season because of our return to the drawing board, as we begin to conceptualize future enhancements to our mobile resource management applications.

Heading into 2020, we’re looking to collect even more crucial feedback from our customers and design software to match it, providing businesses with even more tools that they can use to gain an edge in their respective markets. We’ve also worked hard to compose a new vision statement for 2020 that speaks more directly to our recently refined corporate focus, development strategy, and dedication to customer success.

Our vision:

We foster lasting relationships, empowering the Actsoft community with creative business solutions that promote a more prosperous and productive economy.

Now that we’re equipped with a new vision statement, Actsoft’s overall business philosophy is more effectively aligned with the needs of the customer and partner relationships we service on a daily basis. Our unwavering commitment to helping your team achieve its maximum potential remains as strong as ever heading into the new decade.

May your workforce be filled with success this season and into the future!

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08.13
2019

What a Company Mission Statement Should Accomplish

As we’ve discussed in previous posts, effective communication is essential to success in the world of business. How your message comes across to both prospective customers and your internal team alike matters, and perhaps one of the best ways to send a powerful and meaningful one to all is through a thoughtful mission statement that sticks. Your organization’s mission statement should:

Unite the company toward a common goal

One crucial benefit of a good mission statement is its ability to get everyone on the same page internally. The primary purpose of your organization should be carefully reflected in the diction used within the statement, and it should also be readily available to employees, especially those who interact with customers on a daily basis. Another important thing to do is to welcome feedback from all of your staff regarding the message. This helps to ensure that everyone is onboard, ready to start collectively moving in the direction that company leadership has outlined. Requesting input can even foster more effective collaboration amongst your personnel once the statement’s concept has been established.

Provide an accurate, professional description of your corporate identity to customers

Start with an identification process that considers everything your organization does, and then try to whittle it down into a few simple statements. What is your corporate identity? Asking this question first can help your team pinpoint the sheer scope of everything your company hopes to provide to its customers, and then find greater clarity when going about formulating the best way to convey that to them.

Express the values that your organization upholds in a concise but powerful manner

Above anything else, make sure your team’s mission statement encompasses your business’s key principles and ethics points. However, try to keep brevity and consistency in mind when beginning to compose the statement, especially when including your company’s values. Too many words or unrelated ideas can be confusing, defeating the purpose of having a mission statement in the first place. Lastly, verify that the message passes compliance with any and all branding guidelines as a final litmus test before publishing. With these tips in mind, feel free to craft a renewed mission statement that offers a fresh new perspective and refocused company vision for your team heading into the second half of the year.

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