In recent days I have discovered a new way of using marketing automation.
In a company equipped with a marketing automation system, the owner or someone else on his behalf doesn’t have to invent every month how to make the turnover come out, because he has created a commercial unit that works alone.
So, he can stop running like a hamster in the cage, since the wheel turns thanks to the machine, and he has more time and energy to watch the company from the outside and to improve it.
That said, in the rest of the world a marketing automation system is necessary to be more competitive.
But here it offers an extra benefit, which I hadn’t thought of before.
Let me explain.
The Labour Consultant tells us about the new procedure for the resignation of staff.
Intrigued, I read.
Before the changes, if you had wanted to leave all you had to do was tell the boss, present a written letter, agree on notice, and that was it.
From March on, however, if I understand correctly, the resigning employee must also ask for a PIN from INPS, then register on the website of the Ministry of Labour, and finally fill out an online form to submit the resignation.
Of course, so we avoid those 3 cases out of 24 million resignations of the worker “without him knowing” …
…but at this point we are the country of pettifogger lawyers.
It’s not over yet.
Since the legislators know that no employee can ever carry out such a digital-byzantine procedure, everything can be done through a “qualified subject”. So, can you believe that this genius procedure will turn into a new unfair tax?
But back to marketing automation.
- Buy our children a one-way ticket to a normal country, to save them.
- If possible, follow them.
- Or don’t give up on us, resist, and automate the company’s internal operation. So, when we are super-efficient inside, we’ll have more time and energy not only to beat the competition, but also to deal with external bureaucracy.
So here’s the new bizarre application of marketing automation: vitamin against bureaucracy.
“Long live Italy, the Italy that resists” sang De Gregori as early as 1979 …
If you also want to resist and not give up, you should therefore take advantage of all the benefits of a marketing automation system created and developed just for small and medium Italian companies that never give up.
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