Larry Regneth is the managing director and owner of Panoptes Solutions. Panoptes Solutions understands that substantial key human influences are vital for individual and organizational success, and that technology success is due to human influence. Motivation, enthusiasm, a focused purpose and integrity are all key characteristics and skills needed to attain goals and needs. Panoptes Solutions helps advance these skills within organizations and individuals while keeping an eye on the outcomes for those clients who want to achieve.
Panoptes Solutions is focused on clients’ interests, working to identify and address potential concerns as well as act upon real opportunities. The company’s focus on individual and organizational development is instrumental in their clients achieving their goals, desires and enabling all to reach the next level both personally and professionally.
Regneth sees himself as the Chief Sustainability Officer for his clients, helping them to assure their businesses grow while thriving and surviving the challenges in their unique markets. His background is firmly embedded in technology sales and implementation with firms such as Alcatel, Verizon, Lockheed Martin and Unisys.
Larry Regneth shares his expertise and knowledge in business and technology to small business owners who are looking to increase their growth and profitability.
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What are the top five things small businesses can do to be successful in the marketplace in terms of technology?
- The internet of things verses the internet of me. Make sure your business is prepared to assure a ‘best in breed’ customer experience while also acknowledging the explosion of services made possible through current technology.
- Are you ready for EMV compliance? In October 2015, the much-discussed Payment Networks’ Liability Shift is due to take effect in the United States.
- How can technology help you establish a strong niche market? Drive strong marginal returns by reaching-out to an un-tapped market.
- How can technology help you partner with your customers? Customers who are partners are customers for life.
- The new workforce. Advances in more human interfaces, wearable devices and smart machines are technologies that are coming to interact as a ‘team member.’
This article was written by Michelle Guilbeau for Small Business Pulse