New Name, New Blog!
A few things have changed since I introduced the Mindover Software Blog.
First and foremost, we recently changed our company name to Mindover Software. The name change more accurately reflects our strategic focus on supporting your business software and process needs to further your company’s productivity. Because we sell and support business software from Sage, a new name emphasizing software simply made more sense. Plus, having software in our name helps puts us at the top of Internet searches in Google and Yahoo when prospects are doing research on such topics as “accounting software“, “business software” and “CRM software“.
Second, we decided to upgrade our Blog software to a more customizable solution from WordPress.org. With WordPress, we can now add more features to help make our Blog more enjoyable to all our readers. Coincidentally, it also helps us with Internet Searches by allowing us to associate our new Blog directly to our company URL: https://www.mindovercorp.com. So not only can we provide you with more helpful information about such topics as Sage, business software in general, and technical issues related to your particular Sage application, it also allows us to be found more easily by prospects who may need help with their business software.
One final point I’d like to make is how a Blog can erase borders and geographical differences. While it’s true that Mindover Software has offices in Austin, Dallas and San Antonio, Texas, we happen to have clients from around the US. A Blog makes it easier to exchange ideas with people on a variety of issues — how CRM can help drive revenue, MAS 500 can solve manufacturing bottlenecks and Sage Accpac can transform accounting from a cost into a value added benefit — without regard to time or physical proximity.
So don’t sit on the sidelines. Get involved in the Mindover Software community of clients, vendors and friends by adding your thoughts on all things Sage, Accpac, MAS 500, SageCRM or anything related to accounting and business software.
I hope to hear from you soon!