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Design, random musings, and the Web. Since 1977


Business Logs

What makes a great com­pa­ny? Their dol­lars? Their prod­ucts? Their ser­vices? No. Even­tu­al­ly it’s the peo­ple, human cap­i­tal, that makes a com­pa­ny bet­ter than good. Busi­ness Logs is a new ven­ture cre­at­ed by three tal­ent­ed indi­vid­u­als, each one of them adding their exper­tise to cre­ate a com­pa­ny that can help a busi­ness move for­ward by using online com­mu­ni­ca­tion tools. These indi­vid­u­als are Paul Scrivens, Mike Run­dle and Matthew Oliphant.

Per­son­al­ly I’ve always been inter­est­ed in busi­ness in gen­er­al and high tech­nol­o­gy. Using blogs as a means to improve com­mu­ni­ca­tion is noth­ing new. Using blogs as a means to make mon­ey is noth­ing new either. But how about com­bin­ing the two? Blogs are defin­i­tive­ly catch­ing on in the cor­po­rate world. Busi­ness Logs aims its ser­vices at those com­pa­nies that see the pow­er of blogs in busi­ness. It will be inter­est­ing to see what they come up with, how they will tack­le prob­lems and what dif­fer­ent strate­gies they will devel­op in the future. I wish them noth­ing but good luck.

This item was posted by dhilhorst on Friday, June 11th, 2004.


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