B2B4ME

Focusing on True Sustainability

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We are currently joining several large partners to help us kick-start a new Super PAC focused on writing state initiatives for sustainability.

Team B2B4ME

Data Dictionary (DD)

The Data Directory (DD) sounds simple but hard to do without political bias or other corporate subterfuge. Once again our unique third party status lets us eliminate all the problems that make this hard to do, unproductive and an internally wasted tool. We have found just through agreed upon languages within contracts that the DD alone puts our hosting companies in the black (from using our services) by greatly reducing litigation around misinterpretations within new contracts.  This common language also speeds the depth of the conversation as confusing labels are left at the door of the DD by all users.

  • With users, customers and trading partners very secure in their messaging terminology business improves from a myriad of sources.
  • When embracing difficult changes; Downsizing, Mergers and going offshore, eliminating misunderstandings from poorly defined words greatly aids any positive results.
  • Build a Rosetta Stone for new users, customers and trading partners to engage rapidly and robustly  your new sustainable business practices.
  • Remember Roberts Rules of Order? Anyone can control a meeting and produce results with a well designed and public framework for engagement.

All terms within the Data Dictionary are used to reference query solutions within the ROCK and are all linked to each specific query within each dashboard view.  This means all users have just a click away the terms and definitions for embracing true sustainability to speed their usage of new terms and practices.  This also means all users are deeply invested in the user approved definitions to each term. By hot links and user approval these terms will be extensively utilized for the benefit of the company and their shared sustainability goals.

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"To tackle climate change you don’t have to reduce your quality of life, but you do have to change the way you live."

– Ken Livingstone

Mayor of London