Author: Ray Bolouri

A serial entrepreneur, Ray Bolouri is focused on creating "the next innovation.”

At young age, Ray co-wrote a dental billing software which has since become the defacto standard for dental practices worldwide. Later he helped market and build the 7th largest ISP in the United States.

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Text Messaging: A Valuable Emergency Tool

Why Text Messaging Is A Valuable Emergency Tool

People can do everything to put themselves in positions to avoid emergency situations as much as they can and still run into them at random times. It’s unfortunate, but that’s how life goes. But just because emergencies are inevitable, that doesn’t necessarily mean that people will have to fall victim to them helplessly. There are still things that people can… Read more →

Texting conveys messages clearly, which is not always the case with other methods of communication.

The Underappreciated Versatility of Texting

Many of the good qualities of texting are easily noticeable. Text messages move fast and reach their destination right on time, that is obvious and regarded as possibly its greatest selling point. Texting also conveys messages clearly, which is not always the case with other methods of communication, again serving as a positive point for it. Text messaging’s convenient quality… Read more →

Corporate communication system is an essential element of any company and yet it rarely ends up being one of the priorities.

How to Upgrade Your Corporate Communication System Without Busting The Budget

  Corporations are more likely to allot big slices of their budgets for things such as their production costs, employee salaries and perhaps even their marketing budgets, and while that’s a sound and reasonable approach to business, it also leaves out a few important aspects of the company that may need to be improved as well. For example, corporate communication… Read more →

increasing visibility of automation in the workplace

What Is Automation’s Role in Today’s Era of Business and Will It Continue To Grow?

  Optimal efficiency, that’s the goal for almost every workplace. Having employees who can produce quality work in short amounts of time is obviously ideal, and that’s why many companies are already turning away from hiring people in pursuit of optimal efficiency. In pursuit of optimal efficiency, companies have begun to eschew the conventional work forces and have instead turned… Read more →