Pensar's Business IT Blog

Mark Williams

17 July 2014

Online Payment Implementation: The Key Factors

One of the main concerns for businesses – no matter the size or sector- is to make sure they give customers as many payment options as possible.

10 July 2014

Top 10 Tech Geek Movies of All Time

10 years ago, nobody could figure out we would be stuck to our mobile devices 24/7. Have you ever wondered where is the technology taking us?

3 July 2014

How to get more things done in less time

Wish you could have 25 hours a day? It is incredible how we never seem to get things done because most of our time at work is spent wasted on irrelevant activity.

26 June 2014

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) - The Health Implications

Whether their organisation’s policy allows it or not, employees increasingly bring their mobile phones and tablets into the workplace for web browsing, playing games, using apps, checking emails, and for social networking on their breaks. 

19 June 2014

The era of data revolution: what is it and what to do with it

We’ve been talking about big data for ages. In some circles it’s so overused a phase that it’s become demoded,

17 June 2014

Announcement: The Pensar Team Expands Again

The Pensar team continues to grow and we’re delighted to welcome our latest two recruits.

5 June 2014

Time Management = Important vs. Urgent

In the corporate world there is a matter that used to appear in every job interview: the sense of urgency. Do you have it?

29 May 2014

London Transport strikes: another reason to enable a mobile work environment

Raise your hand if you live or work in London. Now raise your hand if you’ve had to deal with never-ending commute journals, seasoned with chaos and disorder in the last few months.

22 May 2014

Teamwork : Building Your S.T.A.R Team

Building a team that is passionate about your business, is proud to work for you, and shares your core values is absolutely integral to your success,

9 May 2014

Customer Satisfaction: The Key to Loyalty

It’s a fact: we are all so busy these days, and in our midst of being so busy, we can get much focused on that fact alone. It can become a self-fulfilling prophecy.