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Marty Kaufman

Marty Kaufman is Founder and President of Accent Computer Solutions, Inc., a Southern California-based innovator in IT thinking. He got his start in the world of Big Data as Manager of Information Systems for General Dynamics. He earned his B.S. degree in Computer Information Systems from California Polytechnic University, Pomona in 1985 and started Accent Computer Solutions as a consulting firm in 1987. He has spent his entire career researching and implementing Information Technology strategies and processes to help his clients reduce the cost and risk of IT.

Articles By Marty Kaufman

What Does Recovery Look Like?

If you’re like most of us, you’re sitting at your desk wondering what’s next.  The pandemic has caused so much uncertainty. Most business leaders are used to planning and making things happen. It’s what gets you into business in the first place! The United States is a great place for business-minded entrepreneurial types to have a vision, make some plans, and execute -- at least until March 2020. Now that 4 months have passed and a clear end to the situation is still not in sight, what will the next 6-12 months look like?

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Top 5 Business Trends From COVID-Life That Are Here to Stay

Whether we like it or not, the business world has changed because of COVID-19. Even as the virus begins to fade in certain regions of the globe, its effects remain. What will the long-term impacts of our "new normal" in the workplace be? None of us know for sure, but we’re seeing a few trends with staying power.

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Are You Overlooking the Impact That Your Culture Has on Your Success?

When you’re going about your daily business, does the culture of your organization pop up into your mind? Maybe you’re prompted to think about culture as you’re reading books and articles on organizational improvement by folks such as Patrick Lencioni, Jim Collins, or Gino Wickman. The books may spark interest and a few great ideas, but then the real world takes you to another fire and culture takes a back seat to what you have right in front of you.

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