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Despite being one of the world’s last standing communist regimes, Cuba has proved masterful at reinventing its economic priorities in troubled times. With the new and warmer relationships between the US and Havana much progress has been made with IT development and research.
The latest transformation is an IT revolution that is positioning the country as an attractive outsourcing option for American companies, and as a natural gateway to the Canadian and Latin American markets.
Since 1991, Cuba’s information technology sector has been developing at warp speed and now consists of about 45,000 highly skilled workers, 38 per cent of whom have specialized degrees. More than 85 per cent of the country’s IT industry is concentrated in technical services and software development.
“We’ve been investing in this sector for the last 2 years and we now have 35 highly skilled IT workers at every level,” says Tom Penichter, general manager at Cuba-IT.us , the marketing arm of Web Associates LLC of Information Technology and Communications. “IT doesn’t require a lot of financial investment . . . but a considerable amount of time.
We test each developer and rank their skills, English and ability to challenge the work.
We hire the top 2% and begin their journey working on internal projects before taking on Agile responsibilities’ with the larger customers.
We have tremendous expertize in Drupal, PHP,Magento,Wordpress as well as the more basic .Net and Java
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90 miles away, same time zone and culture makes Cuba the “Best Nearshore destination “
Did I mention great food, fishing beaches as well as world class rum and cigars !
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The Manager receives his bank statement. Upon inspection, the Manager discovers he can’t afford that new 4k TV this month. Or his yearly donation to the children’s charity. But mainly the 4k TV.
The Manager is Furious. He begins a full investigation.
The Manager discovers his daughter has exceeded her roaming data limit by at least 5GB for the last 6 months. He decides that 18 is probably too young to own a phone. The Manager takes action.
After noticing his electricity bill is much higher than last month’s, he investigates every electrical socket in the house until he discovers his neighbour has been siphoning off electricity from his summer house to charge his electric car. The Manager is Furious. The Manager takes action.
The Manager discovers his daughter’s ex-boyfriend was never taken off the insurance on her car. The premiums are huge due to his age, gender and chequered criminal past. The Manager is Furious. He cancels it immediately.
Further down the statement, The Manager sees a subscription to an adult entertainment website. The Manager is F… oh he doesn’t look that bothered actually.
I’m sure he’ll cancel that later…
Back at work, The Manager attends an accounts meeting. It looks like they won’t be able to afford his new company car. Or the employee healthcare scheme. But mainly the all-inclusive luxury 2-week Mediterranean managerial networking cruise.
The Manager is disappointed, and berates his sales team. He doesn’t consider that unnecessary costs are hurting The Company’s profitability.
The Manager doesn’t discover all the global employees running up overage charges on mobile data. Or all the phone contracts The Company is paying for with zero usage.
The Manager doesn’t discover the bills still coming in for offices around the world which they no longer own. Or the active phone contracts for people the company no longer employs.
You wouldn’t treat your own money this way, so why treat your company’s? You shouldn’t have to pay for what you don’t use – you just need the right tools to visualize and understand your costs.
It’s hard to cover all the bases all the time, Check with a local consulting or TEM firm that can give you some help!
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The Manager has come under criticism for agreeing to some unfavorable deals in recent times. The Company’s telecom contracts are coming up for renewal, and The Manager spies an opportunity.
“How can I make my mark on this deal?”
- You Have A Choice
- Remember to Negotiate
So are you going to negotiate now, Mr Manager?
“Yes, immediat-…. I mean, maybe…”
That’s the spirit!
- Monitor Contractual Commitments
Your provider may have negotiated a minimum annual spend in your contract, and you will be fined if you don’t spend enough. Use a TEM solution to work out what your company needs so you can negotiate a more reasonable minimum spend in your next contract.
- Take Independent Expert Advice.
A good Consulting firm can provide all this and more, so yes you can find ways to lower your costs with out hurting your performance.
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US wins Cuba’s biggest Hemingway billfish tournament in history
The United States won the 66th edition of the Ernest Hemingway International Fishing Tournament, the biggest ever in history held in Havana, Cuba, with over 500 enthusiasts, Caribbean News Now reports.
After four intense days, the US crew “Unbelievable” won the crown among 90 competing vessels, the Marlin SA Marina and Nautical group reported on Saturday during the closing event.
Authorities reported at the Marina Residence that Bull Run and Calhoun Queen also from the US obtained second and third place respectively, demonstrating the experience of the US competitors in this sport.
Other results went to Blue Heron with a 31.5 lb dorado and Sea Clusion with a 39 lb fish, both also from the US, which participated with 83 vessels.
The winner with the largest tuna went to Doris, which represented the fishing community of Cojimar in the municipality of Habana del Este, while Solfia D from Canada won the prize for the first capture by a woman.
In the closing ceremony, Alexis Trujillo, First deputy tourism minister, described the tournament as successful. This competition also had competing teams from Lithuania, Argentina, Russia, Holland, Britain, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Spain, Italy and France.
Trujillo pointed out that during the four-day fishing event, there were 88 captures of marlins, the highest amount in history.
Trujillo invited the participants to compete in the next edition to be held from May 29 to June 3, 2017.
Created in the 1950s by the Nobel Literature Prize laureate, the tournament stands out among others its type such as the World Tuna Cup in Nova Scotia, and the Sable Tournament in Mexico.
Cuba is highly attractive due to its geographic location for sports fishing due to the strong sea currents associated with ocean species, while the deep basins and Caribbean bottoms of the Florida straits and The Bahamas serve as ecological barriers.
Two-way radios are the most streamlined communication devices to use for dispatch-centric industries. The use of such mobile devices increase return on investment (ROI) due to the significant difference in cost when compared to cellular phones and other common means of communication. Two-way digital radios also contribute to the fight against distracted driving and give employees the opportunity to connect with a large group of people using Push-to-Talk (PTT) technology – a much simpler way to have a “conference call.” A vast area of coverage, combined with ease of use, make digital two-way radios the safer, quicker more reliable means of communication for those out in the field, to ensure that both the status of any job and the workers assigned to it are not in jeopardy!
Workforce management solutions like DispatchPlus utilize advanced technology to track mobile workers via GPS and allow them to quickly capture and send field activity updates to the corporate office. Let’s take a look at how efficient and reliable means to communication between field workers and their managers are critical factors in driving growth and success rates across multiple industries.
Because PTT offers instant group exchange, it’s been the preferred method of information exchange in the construction industry for years. Communication across construction crews is crucial to maintaining streamlined operations and worker safety. Workers at various locations on-site are instantly alerted to any safety concerns or unexpected issues through the simple push of a button. Construction workers also need a device that can withstand exposure to dirt, dust, water and extreme temperatures. The agility, flexibility, and efficiency of two-way radios deliver real-time information so project managers can capture critical field data, related to number and location of employees to provide detailed productivity reporting at any given time.
With safety as a growing concern among educators, parents, and students alike, the location-based technology and real-time communication of digital radios significantly improves security. DispatchPlus radios are compliant with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulations for driver distraction, making them one of the safest options to use for bus communications. With schools always seeking ways to find cost-effective solutions to meet shrinking budgets, digital radios are the preferred choice.
The energy industry faces a broad range of challenges including government regulation, environmental accountability, operational hazards, and high competition. Leveraging communication services for teams to stay connected is critical to employee safety, productivity, and revenue growth. Teams that work in harsh conditions or remote locations need devices that will not have network outages or failures as a safety precaution should an emergency arise. The noise-canceling technology of DispatchPlus radios enhances communication performance and reduces service disruption. Crews can work more efficiently knowing that they can be in constant contact with each other, increasing safety and accountability to project managers.
Service technicians are often out by themselves making it vital that they have quick,
reliable communications to reach out to their home office when needed, and so the home office can reach them as well. PTT location tracking, job start notification, and job completion keep field techs accountable leading to superior customer service. Two-way radio service with DispatchPlus allows field workers to notify command of any issues in the field like if the client isn’t available or if there are delays.
GPS capabilities track worker productivity and efficiency by being able to reference travel routes, arrival times, and departure times. By using location services to track people and vehicles, GPS radios can be configured to transmit location status at pre-programmed intervals or in case of emergency. This advanced approach combines GPS modem and receiver integrated with portable radios.
From supporting mass transit and public works, to park services and local events, government workers can use two-way radios in a variety of capacities. Often in the summer, city governments host concerts in outdoor venues and Independence Day fireworks displays. Workers at these events can use two-way radio communication to make sure the event runs smoothly, address any issues, and call for emergency help if needed.
During a snowstorm, flood, or other natural disaster, visibility and response time are paramount when allocating tasks, especially when local citizens are concerned.
Local government officials can utilize two-way radio technology to track and monitor location of supporters when they are out canvassing neighborhoods. This technology provides a less expensive alternative to cell phones and keeps the team aware of updates at once.
Transportation, storage and distribution managers can use two-way communication to increase operational efficiency. Simple errors can cause huge issues when it comes to packaging and delivering goods. Digital radios are more reliable than cell phones, and when it comes to moving goods, transportation and distribution professionals need quick communication. It’s important for transportation drivers to have the quickest and safest form of communication. With noise-canceling technology, digital radios offer more clear voice delivery so drivers can concentrate on the road instead of missing a message.
Two-way radio communication benefits waste management operators by improving operations efficiency, reducing costs, and meeting regulatory requirements. DispatchPlus enables dispatchers and drivers/crews to be in constant communication.
Digital two-way radio systems such as DispatchPlus are a great means of communication throughout many dispatch-centric occupations and field-working services. By providing, easy-to-use, one-touch group communications, these systems provide a safer alternative to cellular devices, at less of a monthly cost. Because communication facilitates efficiency, jobs can be completed quicker and therefore a greater (ROI) is acquired through the intake and completion of work.
Thanks to PDV for the post !
The Long Term Value of TEM
Our Top 5 Reasons for Sticking with an Expense Management Solution
When prospective customers approach us looking for a Telecom Expense Management (TEM) solution, they are often focused on the expected ROI within the first 6 months to 2 years, which can yield high results and significant savings, as well as a few surprising insights into user behavior.
However, Most customers realize other long term benefits, which tend to be unfamiliar to the public.
The top 5 of these hidden gems are:
- Accurately budget and forecast telecom expenses for any expected headcount increase, or downsizing and closing a location
- Standard and controlled processes for ordering and making changes to inventory – no out of process ordering
- Enforce company mobility policies
- Fully understand your inventory and have a clear picture for any ‘what if’ analysis
- Accurate data for business analytics i.e. contract re-negotiation.
With a properly sized TEM solution customers manage not only to benefit from substantial cost reduction, but also are able to fully control their mobility growth, understand the trends, and know how to support and effectively plan for future business needs. Thanks to MDSL for the post!
Want to hear more about these benefits – Contact one of our TEM experts @ firstname.lastname@example.org
The proliferation of communication technologies has resulted in a work environment that uses email, cell phones, radio, and other channels that are subject to monitoring and tracking. An array of technologies and platforms makes workforce tracking easy and cost-effective, but not all devices are created equally. Safety and accountability are the primary goals of workforce monitoring, and the balance between surveillance and privacy is key. Digital two-way radios are an attractive option for dispatch-centric businesses and can reduce costs, limit distractions, increase durability and provide employees with a greater sense of privacy. In many ways, two-way radios are an excellent alternative to other methods of workforce tracking due to their non-invasive nature and easy-to-use technology. While every business is different, a product such as DispatchPlus is ideal for those looking for a reliable workforce tracking system that increases efficiency and workflow, while allowing the employee to turn off the tracking function during lunch breaks and time-off.
Monitoring the Mobile Workforce
The mobile workforce is often subject to monitoring, tracking and surveillance at a significantly higher level than a static workforce. In no small part, this trend is a result of the rapid growth of such a workforce that is expected to grow by 9.56% in the next five years—to 105.4 million workers in the United States, according to a report by solutions company Mobile Worker. An industry report by virtualization, networking and cloud computing giant Citrix estimates a 72 percent increase in the number of enterprise mobile devices. The large-scale adoption of enterprise mobility, the growth of local business, and their reliance on cellular, wireless and radio-based networks, means that a substantial percentage of workers conduct business while on the move. At any given time, the average mobile worker is entrusted with tens of thousands of dollars of company equipment—a leading argument for workforce tracking. However, ensuring workforce privacy as a fundamental right is also the responsibility of every ethical corporation.
Tracking a field technician or delivery by physical, cell phone, tablet or wireless networks is a common practice that can help improve efficiency and lower the turnaround times of services. However, it is important for employers and employees to understand that the purpose of workforce tracking is not to “snoop” on employees but to ensure that due process and productivity are maintained in the field. A recent lawsuit in California highlights the privacy challenges that employers need to address. The case filed by the employee of a money transfer services company alleged that her employer had required app-based monitoring around the clock and tracked her movements after working hours. Consequently, responsible monitoring of a mobile workforce is not merely ethical, but an essential part of ensuring that the balance between tracking a worker’s performance or delays out in the field does not extend to malicious or intrusive surveillance. Several leading mobile workforce productivity platforms such as DispatchPlus allow tracking to be turned off during breaks and after work to protect an employee’s privacy.
Customer Responsiveness and Safety
Local businesses often invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in equipment, vehicles, and personnel in order to provide agile and responsive services to their clientele. For example, a utility repair firm or online retailer stands to lose thousands of dollars in case of delayed service calls or shipment deliveries. Workforce tracking enables these businesses to respond to such delays by sending in reserve field workers or diverting other technicians to cover for the delivery. On-the-ground tracking can also be used to inform clients of any expected delays and the estimated time of arrival. Tracking and monitoring services can mitigate the risks and losses incurred because of incidents such as vehicle or inventory theft, accidents, and other force majeure events. Workforce tracking via wireless radio and cellular networks is also essential to ensuring the safety of a mobile workforce. Businesses whose field workers routinely operate in dangerous environments or face events such as natural disasters rely on robust workforce tracking to identify how long an employee is in a potentially hazardous zone and use geofencing and routing capabilities to help avoid such zones.
However, it is vital that employee and client privacy takes precedence over efficiency and customer responsiveness. Creating a stable and robust combination of policies, practices and cross-departmental accountability frameworks involving Human Resources, Operations, Security, Risk Management and primarily, Senior Management is essential to ensuring the implementation of privacy themes for employees in workforce tracking.
Businesses often walk the fine line between ensuring efficiency and employee privacy. Wireless and cellular network monitoring tools can help keep employees safe, ensure the optimum productivity, create a responsive contingency plan, and prevent the loss or theft of millions of dollars’ worth of equipment. The rapid growth of the mobile workforce and the increased sensitivity to privacy requires smart productivity and tracking solutions that can be turned off in order to respect privacy. Mismanaged privacy can result in a wide range of adverse consequences including legal action. When managed ethically, workforce tracking can offer improvements in productivity, efficiency, safety, and accountability.
Thanks to PDV for the post !
HAVANA (Reuters) – President Barack Obama arrived to small but cheering crowds on Sunday at the start of a historic visit to Cuba that opened a new chapter in U.S. engagement with the island’s Communist government after decades of hostility between the former Cold War foes.
The three-day trip, the first by a U.S. president to Cuba in 88 years, is the culmination of a diplomatic opening announced by Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro in December 2014, ending an estrangement that began when the Cuban revolution ousted a pro-American government in 1959.
“It’s a historic opportunity to engage directly with the Cuban people,” Obama told staff at the newly reopened U.S. Embassy who were gathered at a hotel, his first stop after arriving in the afternoon.
Groups of Cubans watched the motorcade from balconies and backyards as Obama was driven downtown, where a small crowd of Cubans braved a tropical downpour and tight security. They chanted: “Viva Obama, Viva Fidel,” as the president and his family left after eating dinner in a rundown neighborhood.
Obama, who abandoned a longtime U.S. policy of trying to isolate Cuba, wants to make his policy shift irreversible even if a Republican wins the White House in the Nov. 8 election.
But major obstacles remain to full normalization of ties, and the Democratic president’s critics say the visit is premature. U.S. officials concede the trip may not yield immediate concessions from Cuba on rights and economic freedom.
On Sunday, one bystander shouted: “Down with the blockade,” in reference to the U.S. embargo in place for 54 years that remains the top irritant for Cubans. Obama, who responded to the shout by raising his right hand, has asked Congress to rescind the embargo but has been blocked by the Republican leadership.
Underscoring the ideological divide that persists between Washington and Havana, Cuban police, backed by hundreds of pro-government demonstrators, broke up the regular march of a leading dissident group, the Ladies in White, detaining about 50 people just hours before Obama arrived.
AIR FORCE ONE IN CUBA
Obama arrived at Havana’s Jose Marti International Airport in Air Force One, the presidential jet with “United States of America” emblazoned across its fuselage, a sight almost unimaginable not long ago on the island, just 90 miles (145 km) off the coast of Florida.
He was met by Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, the top Cuban official present. The formal welcoming ceremony will be on Monday when Obama meets the Cuban president at the presidential palace.
U.S. officials appeared unfazed by Castro’s absence from the airport welcome, even though he personally met and greeted Pope Francis in September. Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump tweeted that Obama’s visit was a “big deal” but that he got “no respect.”
Obama will hold talks with Castro – but not his brother Fidel, the revolutionary leader – and speak to entrepreneurs on Monday. He meets privately with dissidents, addresses Cubans live on state-run media and attends an exhibition baseball game on Tuesday.
The trip carries both symbolism and substance after decades of hostility between Washington and Havana.
Traveling with first lady Michelle Obama, her mother and their daughters, Sasha and Malia, Obama took in the sights of the colonial-era neighborhood and was given a tour of Havana’s 18th century cathedral by Cardinal Jaime Ortega, who played a role in secret talks that led to the rapprochement 15 months ago.
The Obamas dined at the San Cristobal restaurant, run by an Afro-Cuban as part of a cautious opening to private enterprise since Fidel Castro handed power to his brother in 2008.
The trip makes Obama the first sitting American president to visit Cuba since Calvin Coolidge arrived on a battleship in 1928 and may help chip away at barriers to U.S.-Cuba trade and travel.
Since rapprochement, the two sides have restored diplomatic ties and signed commercial deals on telecommunications and scheduled airline service.
Obama has used executive authority to loosen trade and travel restrictions to advance his outreach to Cuba, one of his top foreign policy priorities along with the Iran nuclear deal.
Cuba still complains about U.S. control of the naval base at Guantanamo Bay under a 1934 lease agreement that Havana says is no longer valid and that Obama has said is not up for discussion. Havana is unhappy with U.S. support for dissidents and anti-communist radio and TV programs beamed into Cuba.
Speaking to reporters, Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment minister Rodrigo Malmierca Díaz said before the U.S. president’s arrival that Obama’s regulatory moves “go in the right direction.” But he added: “We can’t reach a normalization of relations with the blockade still in effect.”
‘¿QUÉ BOLÁ CUBA?’
The Americans in turn criticize one-party rule and repression of political opponents, an issue that aides said Obama would address publicly and privately.
Obama’s critics at home accuse him of making too many concessions for too little in return from the Cuban government and of using his trip to take an unearned “victory lap.”
Obama’s first words to the Cuban people came in a message on Twitter, a social media service that few Cubans can use regularly because of government restrictions on Internet access.
“¿Qué bolá Cuba?” he said, using Cuban slang for “what’s up?”
“Just touched down here, looking forward to meeting and hearing directly from the Cuban people.”
¿Que bolá Cuba? Just touched down here, looking forward to meeting and hearing directly from the Cuban people.
— President Obama (@POTUS) March 20, 2016
Little progress on the main issues is expected when Obama and Castro meet on Monday or at a state dinner that evening.
Instead, the highlights are likely to be Obama’s speech on live Cuban television on Tuesday, when he will also meet dissidents and attend an exhibition baseball game between Major League Baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays and Cuba’s national team.
In 2015, the world’s mobile workforce population was estimated to be 1.3 billion people – 37.2% of the world’s working population. The growing popularity of the mobile workforce presents unique challenges for those who own dispatch-centric businesses. Choosing the right devices for your mobile employees can be difficult without the proper guidance. There are many systems to choose from but only one will make the most sense for you and your team.
Without a Management System in place, there is no way to measure your mobile workforce’s performance. This ultimately causes problems with efficiency, safety, and even customer service. As one of the age-old adages goes, “If you cannot measure it, you cannot improve it.”
What are the benefits of Mobile Worker Management (MWM) for your company and which systems and tools will help you mitigate the risk of misuse or damage to your equipment? We’ve narrowed it down to communication, safety, efficiency, and customer service.
Unless you have a manager on site with every mobile worker, it’s hard to tell what is going on out in the field. Mobile Worker Management applications like GPS and Geofencing record where workers are in the field, arrival and departure times, and statuses of particular jobs. As a manager, better communication and documentation of mobile workers will help you understand common issues that workers face on the job, the average time a certain job takes, and then, in turn, improve upon those statistics. Not only does the application track jobs and their statuses, but it also is a secure platform that automatically updates all of the people with access, eliminating the guesswork and time-consuming phone calls.
A mobile workforce presents unique circumstances for employers such as insurance for employees driving on the job, the potential for accidents (especially if the employee is using a mobile device while driving). Moving away from phone-based communication can help minimize these distractions. MWM applications such as DispatchPlus also record verbal communications for job documentation, removing tedious phone plans and unreliable calls from the long list of potential distractions.
Safety in the field is key. Knowing where your employees are, and even which route they take to get to the job, as well as GPS software for directions, helps to eliminate distractions and make the mobile workplace a safe environment.
With the ability to document the day-to-day activities of your employees, reports and assessments are simple. MWM allows you to take notes on each job including status updates, issues that may occur on the job, and conversations between the manager and the employee. By learning from these documented reports, managers can improve future issues that may cause delays.
Additionally, one central application provides a connected, singular platform that is easily maintained, and can give the company a focal point for management. This software can improve employee accountability, and identify where employees are having difficulty. The processes and procedure of the business will naturally streamline, and past issues become resolvable as a result.
The responsibility of a manager includes making sure that he or she maintains open communication with the client. The more information he or she can provide a client about the status of a job, the better customer service ratings the company will receive.
In this case, transparency is key. Management of mobile workers can be tricky since most employees are out in the field, completing a very hands-on job that requires focus.
With GPS tracking systems such as DispatchPlus, a manager can see the location of their employees without receiving verbal confirmation. Then, once the employee is done with the job and out of harm’s way, they can quickly check in via two-way digital radio to give a synopsis of the job and how fast they can move on to the next one.
Before the employee even picks up the radio, the manager can let the client know that the job has been completed and that he or she is waiting on a complete report from the employee. This creates a very intimate relationship between the company and the client and will make a huge difference over other companies who are unable to deliver this kind of service.
Better communication, safer working conditions, more efficient workers, and happy customers are all reasons why more revenue is inevitable. Businesses that run more efficiently allow workers to have time for more daily jobs. Fewer issues mean faster resolutions. If every employee on a ten-person team is 10 percent more efficient, that is the equivalent of hiring an extra person at no cost.
At the same time, these benefits also cut costs that a business might accrue in road accidents, insurance, phone bills, and overall distractions. Not only does Mobile Worker Management increase sales, but also cuts costs – meaning less overhead. Perhaps the biggest reason why management of mobile workers increases revenue is due to the fact that your employees will be able to complete jobs quicker, leaving room for more jobs to be completed. More jobs completed will inevitably lead to more money for your company.
Mobile Worker Management is essential for any business with a mobile workforce. MWM applications provide a central platform accessible for the manager to oversee each mobile employee from the office, while documenting the completion of projects and questions the worker might have. The benefits of Mobile Worker Management and MWM applications are effective communication, elevated safety, employee efficiency, and better customer service, which ultimately leads to more revenue for the business.
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