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2. Chris Mullen Shares Why Employees Are Not Going to Work for Companies with Outdated Technology

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2. Chris Mullen Shares Why Employees Are Not Going to Work for Companies with Outdated Technology

In the future, organizations will need the technology to quickly and efficiently hire the best employees and deliver excellent customer service. It’s time to realize that having the latest technology doesn’t mean giving up the human touch. And implementing technology solutions doesn’t have to disrupt the operation.

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