While The Economy Looks On The Out, Trends Are Still In (EnsyncTrends Helps Companies Survive)

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The recent economic outlooks and views into consumer spending have many businesses worried about the impact to the bottom line. Trend tracking and strategy analysis are two techniques that can be incorporated effectively into a short-term and long-term plan to survive potential economic pitfalls without taking major losses. While the economy is looking bleak for most, the ability to track and forecast properly based on prior patterns of the competition, economy, consumer spending, and performance measurements can save the bottom line. EnsyncTrends offers these services as part of the implementation of their new products, EnsyncRep and EnsyncWireless, to businesses of any size to minimize loss and maximize staying power.

No sale: Effects of the government sector's decline in employment.

According to the Wall Street Journal, executives have become "increasingly sophisticated", using (trend analysis) to "help them manage with the goal of increasing shareholder value."(1) Everyone from Donald Trump to The University of Memphis' Bureau of Business and Economic Research (2) focuses on trend forecasts and analyses. "If you are able to hit a trend or a fad early," says Trump, "you'll make much more money than you would from a more normal business."(3)

EnsyncTrends executes multiple data tracking, to provide a quick, one-stop glance at vital patterns in the four major business components- financial outlook, business process review, performance measurements, and customer satisfaction and retention- that can make or break a company. Their savvy, techno-fabulous knowledge of tracking and trend forecasting allows them to analyze the impact of internal and external actions on the bottom line, easily identifying what it takes to remain successful in a difficult economy.

EnsyncTrends understands the powerful opportunities that arise when capitalizing on trends. EnsyncTrends' consulting staff customizes the areas of trend forecasting and secure login credentials that best suits the company's needs and extracts a data model for the EnsyncRep solution for near real-time access. The result is a concise format of data compilation that enables executives to instantly make intelligent decisions whether in or out of the office - technofabulous reporting on the iPhone, Blackberry, or Internet-enabled cell phone.

Techno-fabulous reporting is a must have convenience for the jet-setter needing access to the company's progress in a New York minute. The expediency offered by EnsyncTrends sharply contrasts the bulky paperwork and difficulty in shifting through conventional reports that track profitability, revenue, gains and losses.

"Wireless is the way to go for executive decision makers to view a quick summary of the bottom line, ROI, capital expenditures, profit margins, and performance measurements. While follow-up meetings may be necessary, data retrieval in the palm of the hand provides an unprecedented expedient visibility into how an organization is performing. In an ever-changing economy, this enables effective decisions to be made to minimize losses and maximize gains," says EnsyncTrends' Lead Strategist, Temeko Richardson.

Directed by Temeko Richardson, EnsyncTrends is the forward-looking, techno fabulous solution of today to keep the bottom line from tanking in a volatile economy. The solutions connect to the most powerful CRM solutions and data sources (Salesforce.com, Siebel, SQL Server, ORACLE, Excel, Access, and XML) for quick and easy deployment. A 30-day free trial is available on the EnsyncTrends Website to demonstrate the flexibility of the products. The team promises to deliver the most efficient results, enabling today's hip CEO to effortlessly track the status of their company via iPhone, Blackberry, or Treo, even while on the golf course, vacation with the family, or night on the town.

(1) Wall Street Journal Online: "Finance: The Future Is Now"

(2) Entrepreneur.com: "No sale: Effects of the government sector's decline in employment."

(3) Entrepreneur.com: "Hit or Miss: Finger on the Pulse"


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