March 2019

“It Changed My World” – Automate your Monotonous, Repetitive Tasks

Delight your staff by cutting out the boring, monotonous tasks using SwiftCase, the automation software that businesses love to use. Here’s what Operations Manager Lee Baty of Laird Assessors has to say about our professional productivity platform: We help thriving businesses, swamped by growing demand, automate and organise, to focus on what matters. Head over to SwiftCase to get in touch with us and arrange a demo today

Samsung’s Galaxy Fold gets a UK release date and price

Last month we reported on Samsung’s long awaited foray into foldable smartphones, after they announced the Samsung Galaxy Fold. We now have more details surrounding its availability in the UK and its pricing. How much will it cost? Samsung are advertising their phone at an eye-watering £1,800 RRP. When will it be released? Samsung will begin taking pre-orders for the device April 26th 2019. EE are initially the exclusive UK… Read More »Samsung’s Galaxy Fold gets a UK release date and price

Stressed out? Automate your time-sinks

Stress is a killer. It can negatively impact your career, your personal life and even your health. So, how can automating aspects of our day-to-day life help reduce our stress levels? What is automation? Automation is creating or applying technology that allows a process to be completed automatically – or with minimal human input. Automation enables us to eliminate predictable or repetitive tasks that have previously been performed manually, saving… Read More »Stressed out? Automate your time-sinks

Apple’s digital ecosystem just got bigger…

Apple have announced a vast array of new services (many of which are subscription-based) for their ever-expanding digital ecosystem. Apple News+ Apple News Plus is a subscription service that curates personalised news stories from up to 300 magazines, from a variety of premium sources such as The Wall Street Journal, TIME, Vanity Fair and Sports Illustrated. Giving you recommendations from magazines you may not have read before based on your… Read More »Apple’s digital ecosystem just got bigger…

Room 404: Business – SwiftCase Productivity Podcast #9

We’re hosting our own spin on a popular TV show called Room 404! In the first of a series, we are discussing our three biggest grievances in businesses… but only one of them can be banished to Room 404 forever. Don’t forget to comment on which item you would choose, or perhaps you have another problem in business you would suggest? Let us know! If you like what you’ve heard… Read More »Room 404: Business – SwiftCase Productivity Podcast #9

Sell a Movement – Not an Incremental Improvement

Get Loyal Customers – Sell A Movement. Not an incremental improvement. Your unique selling point needs to be unique. The offer needs to be bold. There is no point in selling more of the same or a small incremental improvement. You need to find your tribe, the community that loves what you do. You need to know who they are, where they are and what will excite them. Then offer… Read More »Sell a Movement – Not an Incremental Improvement

Win a copy of ReWork: Change the Way You Work Forever

It’s competition time! Every month we will be reviewing a book on our SwiftCase Productivity Podcast! Our first episode will be on ReWork: Change the Way You Work Forever by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson, the guys behind Basecamp. Members of the SwiftCase team can’t recommend this book enough, we have found it’s ideas incredibly inspirational. So, we thought it would be a great idea to give a free… Read More »Win a copy of ReWork: Change the Way You Work Forever

Cargo Cults in Business

Are you in a cult? Renowned scientist Richard Feynman outlined cargo cults in his book “Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman!”. His intent was to lampoon the efforts of poor scientific practice: In the South Seas there is a cargo cult of people. During the war they saw airplanes land with lots of good materials, and they want the same thing to happen now. So they’ve arranged to imitate things like… Read More »Cargo Cults in Business