How does a company with such rich history maintain relevance in a world that’s constantly moving in all different directions? And, how can your small business do the same? Here’s how client King-American does it.
Technology that doesn’t have to break the bank.
One hundred and twelve years ago, King-American ambulances were horse drawn. Thankfully, they’ve gotten a bit of an upgrade since then.
As you can imagine, it is critical to have the most up-to-date technology when working in the medical industry. When people’s lives are on the line, the equipment better be top of the line.
“Technology is always changing. Advances in medical science are almost too hard to keep up with it. Every time we buy new equipment there's something bigger and better that comes right along,” said Mani.
Embrace and work with your surroundings.
San Francisco has come a really long way since that earthquake in 1906.
“Every single day, you have hundreds of thousands of people coming into the city from the outlying areas to work, bringing the city’s population to more than 1.2 million during the day. Plus the number of tourists we get just adds to the change in population, increasing the need for our services,” explained Hank Kingon, Controller at King-American.
Never skimp on quality.
Quality can withstand the test of time. As trends change it could feel like an easy win to cut corners just to get a project finished or hire someone to simply fill a role. These so-called easy wins could end up costing you in the long run though.
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