Hola, GonzoBankers. Pretty solid feedback last month from our first installment of Vendor Dirt, so I figured I’d keep trying ’til I’m voted off.
This week I’ll issue our 2012 Golden Advice for the vendor community. As promised, we’re going to keep the Vendor Dirt segments short and to the point. To enforce that promise, my advice to each vendor for 2012 will be 140 characters or less per vendor. Hell, if I can’t crystallize advice in 140 characters per vendor, I’ll rip the fabric of time and space and attention spans across the country. In fact, to double enforce the Brevity Clause, I’m going to issue my advice through Twitter this week.
Now, I know many of you think Twitter is about self-important twerps telling the world which mid-level manager they saw playing footsie under the table with his secretary at the Sheraton Fandangle Bar and Lounge. Or droning on about how mediocre the tiramisu was at Olive Garden. And truth be told, Twitter can be a bore if you’re not discerning.
But fear not, @TwitterHaters. While I’m delivering this week’s Golden Advice via Twitter, you do NOT have to be a Twitter follower, subscriber or even an acknowledger of Twitter’s existence to get in on the goods. Nope, all you have to do is click here and watch the magic unfold. By the time you read this, there may be some extraneous comments from my throngs of Loyal Readers, but scroll down and you’ll find the brief but golden nuggets of suggestion for our vendor community from @VendorDirt.
I call it multi-channel delivery. Wanna hear it? Here it go.
Whether you’d like assistance selecting a new core or ancillary system, negotiating a vendor contract or managing a system conversion, Cornerstone Advisors (the serious side of GonzoBanker) is your one-stop shop. We’ll gladly use however many characters it takes to make sure you are comfortable in all of your vendor management efforts.