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Prosum Community Soccer

Soccer has always been a hot topic in the Prosum halls. When we broadcasted the World Cup in the large conference room, our IT Manager, Jay Groves, noticed that there were a lot of soccer fans and players that worked here. He then decided to spearhead Prosum United, our very own co-ed soccer team.

IT Hiring

On the supercharged merry-go-round that is the current IT talent market, how can you hope to build a base of loyal full-timers? First, adjust your expectations. Never expect any employee to stay indefinitely – especially considering this fact: the Society of Human Resource Management estimates the average IT tenure at around 3 years.

Los Angeles Food Bank

For the past three years, Prosum has volunteered at the Los Angeles Food Bank warehouse to provide a helping hand in the assembly line for this massive distribution. From sorting donations and building pallets, to quality checking and building kits, Prosum was up for the task.

SAP Pitfalls

SAP offers vast business-building potential: you can streamline processes, speed up transactions, improve data access, get all kinds of enhanced analytics and more. But before your business can tap that potential, there are a myriad of pitfalls to avoid.

L.A. Works Day of Service 2014

On Saturday, September 6th, 2014, Prosum joined the L.A. Works Day of Service to revitalize the local community of Boyle Heights, where at least 40% of students are from low-income families. This day  consisted of a wide variety of beautification projects at the community garden, public pre-school, elementary school, and local high school.

ERP for SMBs

I’ve been spending a lot of time at wineries lately. Surprisingly, it has very little to do with my love for good wine and a lot to do with my knowledge of ERPs.

ERP, for the uninitiated, stands for Enterprise Resource Planning software. These are integrated applications that integrate, automate and simplify many business processes like billing, purchasing, inventory, shipping, cash collection, cash allocation, etc.

Finding Your Work Utopia

Author: Joel Leege, President

When I was in grad school, one of my professors (Ellen Kossek, Ph.D.) had every student come up to the board and rank their top five motivations for work. Soon the board was covered with over 20 motivations including role, company, title, promotion, feeling successful, compensation, friendships, commute and more.

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