It’s likely that none of you have been waiting for the fruits of my keyboard. In fact, if you are like me, you may think the world is spinning just fine without another corporate blog. So why then is a VP of the company sitting down to write the first blog post for Enfocus? Indulge me.
"What is needed now is a way to share this vital information with the people who matter the most: our customers. You, dear reader."
Communication is a two-way street
Enfocus has always had a tradition for clear and open communication. We were one of the first companies to create and nurture LinkedIn user groups, and the results were fantastic. We also hear valuable customer feedback at the on-site demo session we host at events across Europe. On the phone, at conferences, in webinars, and at customer sites around the world - we’re directly in touch with our customers on a daily basis. We pride ourselves on that and we have every intention of keeping it that way.
All of these sources provide us with treasured information on our technology and on the trends, ideas, and demands that are shaping the market – and the businesses of our customers.
What is needed now is a way to share this vital information with the people who matter the most: our customers. You, dear reader.
And that is the goal of this blog. To provide short (but not too short) updates on what keeps you – and hence us – busy. With that as our mission, we know we’ll never run out of topics.
"In the end, I hope you’ll agree that the Enfocus corporate blog will be of value to all of us in the Enfocus community. And if you don't agree, you can do something about it. You can contribute."
The world does need another blog
In the end, I hope you’ll agree that the Enfocus corporate blog will be of value to all of us in the Enfocus community. And if you don't agree, you can do something about it. You can contribute.
What will make this blog thrive is hearing from a variety of voices in the industry. Trust me, it won’t be just me - other Enfocus employees will certainly contribute. And we invite customers and partners to participate as well. Or anyone for that matter who has a voice or opinion to be heard.
Together, we can make this blog the go-to resource for automation, PDF editing and preflighting.
If you would like to contribute, drop us a line at email@example.com.
I look forward to reading from you.