I remember going to the library as a child and checking out a book to access information for a school project. Projects had to be handwritten and pictures had to rely on my best artistic ability – which in my case was non-existent. I would proudly hand in my work with dinosaurs looking more like dogs, but that was the age we lived in. Oh, how things have changed. We often see technology as enhancing our lives, but in some cases, daily living is more complex than ever before.
With information just a click away and every person and company having a digital footprint, competition is greater than ever before. Whether it is a YouTuber wanting more followers than a rival, or competing companies delivering similar solutions, competition is an invisible force that can both harm or enhance a situation. Stress levels are on the rise as everyone strives to be the best.
Wikipedia describes competition in the economic world as “the rivalry among sellers trying to achieve such goals as increasing profits, market share, and sales volume by varying the elements of the marketing mix: price, product, promotion and place”.
Even though product, pricing and quality delivery plays an important part in Karabina’s success, it is our human touch that sets us apart. With numerous partners offering similar services at competitive prices we have come to realise the importance of our client relationship. With this in mind, Karabina does not sell software or implement solutions, but rather looks to partner with our clients and guide them on their company’s strategic journey. We help our clients to achieve their goals, meet the expectations of their clients and sustain a competitive advantage in the market place.
You’re probably reading this thinking you have heard it all before and you probably have. Numerous times. However, at Karabina, our values ensure that we are always striving to build lasting partnerships with our valued customers.
- Customer Success
- Quality and Excellence
- Winning Attitude
We are not saying that we get it right every time but in the words of Woody Allen “If you are not failing every now and again, it’s a sign you’re not doing anything very innovative”.