Author Archives: Chris


7 Ways Video Games Engage The Brain

Games have the power to motivate us, that makes them very powerful tools. By analysing them we can learn how they affect us, in many cases games teach us skills, when looking at how they do this we can learn about how we learn. Because video games record so much data about how we play […]

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My Time as an e-Advantage Intern by Chris Brownings

For the last 10 months I have been an intern here at e-Advantage Solutions, working one day a week throughout my final year at university. I have now graduated from the University of Brighton where Pete is the entrepreneur in residence. As entrepreneur in residence Pete advertised the intern opportunity to a class of students […]

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Manage your business goals with Zurmo

It’s important for people and businesses to have goals. They provide a way to measure our actual successes against our predicted or desired successes and can give you something to work towards. Goals are clearly an important aspect of business, and they can be measured in many different ways. Personal goals may be measured in […]

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Zurmo keeps on giving

Zurmo CRM certainly don’t let up on adding new features, and with the recently released Zurmo 2.0 there is much to talk about. As you may have seen, we recently confirmed that we are Zurmo’s first UK partners, so we have been very excited to see what they have been working on. Version 2.0 has […]

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Are Social Tools important within the workplace?

In a recent survey of 9,908 information workers in 32 countries, it was found that close to half of employees said social tools help increase their productivity. Furthermore, close to one-third said they would spend their own money to buy social tools for work. The survey found that many organisations underestimated the value of social […]

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CRM + Kanban = Zurmo

If you weren’t already aware, Kanban is a Japanese scheduling system for lean and just-in-time production. By taking a Kanban approach it means that demand is “pulled” through a production system based on the actual demand of customers. It is a relatively simple yet highly effective method. It works by having 3 (or more) “bins”, […]

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