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Written By Hitcents Staff

Hitcents President Chris Mills Presents at CGDC

August 20 2013- Shanghai China –Hitcents President Chris Mills had a splendid presentation at the 6th annual ChinaJoy - China Game Developers Conference (CGDC) on July 28, 2013. The theme of the presentation was "Designing for a Global Market- A Glance into the world of Game Development.” Mills shared the rapid growth and history of Hitcents with the audience, showed them Hitcents’ own game deve...

August 20, 2013
business / china / app development / gaming
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Written By Chris Mills 慕乐文

The challenges of starting a business in China – Part 3 (Our Chinese Name)

In the last two blog posts I discussed the importance of location and some standard business operations. In this post I will be discussing the process of coming up with a Chinese name to register a company in China.

There are two routes you can go to determine a name in China. One is to do a literal translation of the name. For example Apple’s Chinese name is 苹果 (Píngguǒ) which literally means Apple. P...

August 12, 2013
business / china / app development / gaming
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Written By Chris Mills 慕乐文

The challenges of starting a business in China – Part 2 (Business Operations)

In my previous blog entry I laid out some of the obstacles and challenges when choosing to open a business in China. In this post I will get into some of the deeper details of opening a new Chinese-based company and things you should expect to deal with during the process.

Any new company will require a capital injection once the company is formed. The capital amount must be decided at the beginning of the proc...

August 01, 2013
business / china / app development / gaming
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Written By Chris Mills 慕乐文

The challenges of starting a business in China – Part 1 (Location, Location, Location)

When I first set out to explore the idea of opening an office in China I had zero experience with any foreign processes outside of The United States. I have opened several companies in the U.S. and the process is always simple, cheap, and straight forward since I am a U.S. citizen. I was single handedly given the task to explore the cost, processes, and challenges of starting a new business in China. This led me into ...


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Written By Macy Mills

Business Relationships with Customers

In an increasingly technology-focused world, each day presents new challenges to those who are striving to keep their relationships personal. Business owners and entrepreneurs who are constantly busy can have trouble staying in touch with important business contacts. This can be detrimental to a company because once an executive loses touch with another business professional, all potential networking ends there. Furth...

May 18, 2012
business / omniprise
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Written By Ed Mills

How Companies Can Use HR Software to Minimize the Risk of a Lawsuit

Jennifer King, HR Analyst for Software Advice, interviews our very own Ed Mills. She writes about HR and employee performance software. Read her review of OmnipriseHRM Software. How Companies Can Use HR Software to Minimize the Risk of a LawsuitAs a business owner, every potential job applicant, employee and former employee represents a potential plaintiff in a lawsuit against your company. HR software could...

April 20, 2012
omniprise / business
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Written By Charles Atkinson

Dashboard: The window to your company’s data

It has been said, "Your eyes are the window to your soul.” And in my opinion, the ability to look someone in their eyes and see the stark truth, what’s inside and makes up another person, can be a powerful ability that once mastered (pardon my geek factor coming out) grants the person the equivalent ability of the Jedi Mind Trick. Only in this case, you don’t have to have an increased midichlorian count.Now stepping...

April 15, 2012
business / omniprise
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Written By David Learned

The 3 Types of CRM

A couple months ago, Lauren Carlson, Customer Relationship Management Software Analyst at Software Advice, wrote a detailed blog post about the 3 core types of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solutions – Industry Specific, Generalist, and Do-It-Yourself.Lauren did a great job of summarizing and describing these three categories, and you can find her original post on Software Advice’s Blog. However, I wanted to ...

March 06, 2012
omniprise / business
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Written By David Learned

How to Interpret the ROI of CRM

The question of Return on Investment (ROI) using Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software can be so confusing that it is often dizzying, even for an experienced CRM expert.In fact, the entire discussion is one big grey area – there are no “absolutes” that can be applied across the board. There is no accurate ROI forecasting model or standard expectation of results. CRM is a very unique investment, and as a resu...

January 20, 2012
omniprise / business
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Written By Hitcents

ERP – CRM – HRM … what?

We’ve all heard about ERP, CRM and HRM before, but do we really know what those three very different technologies are all about? And how they can benefit our company? This short overview will help you understand the difference between ERP, CRM and HRM.Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a software application that coordinates and automates a smooth flow of information between various departments of an organization. ...

January 13, 2012
omniprise / business
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