Lenovo launches technology news website for SMEs

Most SME business owners would agree that navigating the world of business can at times be challenging, particularity when dealing with technology. The speed in which technology evolves can make it difficult for even the savviest business.

Most SME business owners would agree that navigating the world of business can at times be challenging, particularity when dealing with technology. The speed in which technology evolves can make it difficult for even the savviest business.

However, this can’t be an excuse for being kept in the dark as it can be detrimental to your business and its ability to stay productive and competitive in today’s landscape. Realising that there existed a need to help SME business owners keep abreast of emerging technologies, Lenovo has launched its new site, ThinkFwd.

 

ThinkFwd is Lenovo’s dedicated website to providing professionals with content and information to help them navigate their way through the latest IT trends for the SME sector. The site provides actionable ideas that could help improve your business profitability and IT performance.

 

Members of ThinkFwd can explore hundreds of articles about the latest technology news and trends and understand how this can impact their customers, employees and business. Members can also be updated monthly on the latest updates and features via email.

 

“We’ve created an expert hub to help small business get ahead of the curve and make smarter business and technology decisions.” said Lenovo’s Senior Marketing Manager for SMB, Sara Palmieri.

 

“The content available can really help business owners understand the challenges they face but most importantly give them the tools and knowledge to better understand how to tackle them. With the support of our strong network of Lenovo Partners, we are pleased to be able to offer business owners a resource to help work through any of their technology challenges.”

 

To learn more and join the ThinkFwd community, visit www.thinkfwd.com.au now.

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