Dogtopia: Everything You Need to Know About This Franchise

Hubspot Sales

Dogtopia opened in 2002 and has been franchising since 2005 and is the United States' fastest growing pet franchise. Real Estate and Construction. Dogtopia assists with a real estate and construction package. The pet boarding and grooming industry is growing -- it has grown 6.8%

I’m Not That Good of a Salesperson

Adaptive Business Services

I did have a life-changing event in 2005. I decided that the first thing that I need to do was to inventory the area for opportunities and, in my case, that was based on new commercial construction. I tore the whole damn list up and instead began a coordinated effort to get in front of every commercial real estate, commercial developer, architecture, and construction firm that would see me. The result of all of this is that I have not made a cold call since 2005.

SaaStr Podcast #214: Erica Schultz, CRO @ New Relic on What It Takes To Successfully Scale Into Enterprise

SaaStr - Sales Strategy

Erica Schultz: Well I actually started in the world of SaaS back in 2005 so about 14 years ago when I was still at Oracle Corporation and it was right after we’d acquired Siebel Systems and I took on a leadership role for what at the time was known as the CRM on demand team.

Tom Pisello: The ROI Guy: The Business Value of Server Virtualization

The ROI Guy

Today, constructing a new data center costs an estimated $400 to $1,000 per sq ft. For a personal quantification as to the potential value of server virtualization, visit: [link] [1] Anthes, Gary, “Data Centers Get a Makeover&# , Computerworld news article, published November 1, 2005.

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Although it’s not time to Party Like its 1999, There is Plenty to Celebrate

The ROI Guy

in 2005 – a whopping 43% increase. Industries that did not see improvements and have declining management efficiencies (less knowledge workers managed per IT FTE) include Automotive and Vehicle Manufacturing, Construction, Steel Manufacturing and Transportation. IT spending has experienced a healthy three years of budget increases since the beginning of 2004, giving many IT execs plenty of reasons to celebrate.