September 17, 2019
Best Practices

Using Technology Creatively: Driving Productivity and Revenue Simultaneously

Written by Jeff Gaines

Technology is widely considered to be the backbone of the modern economy, but where is it’s place in the world of design & creative? Interestingly enough, this is one of the rare industries where technology has the potential to both drive productivity, AND drive revenue, but how?

Driving Revenue

Many of our design and creative agency clients work directly with us to ensure they are implementing the latest and greatest technology to be a differentiator in what they can produce for all their clients. You can be confident that your team is prepared for 8k video workflows.

Further, we work with many design & creatives who want to engage with Fortune 500 companies, but don’t know how to ensure they uphold corresponding security compliance standards. We can implement those standards no problem, and allow our clients to enter an entirely new revenue stream and sign big clients!

Driving Productivity

You’ve all probably sat patiently by your computer, waiting to download the file from the server while the progress bar is stuck at 8%. Agencies work with large files, and those files need a certain standard of network, servers, etc.

We can help set-up the IT infrastructure from the start, so that it is powerful enough to enable your workflow to be seamless. Collaboration in your industry is now key – which puts what filesharing methodology you are using on the map! As you look to hire talent across the US and beyond, your filesharing infrastructure should be seamless and secure. We can help!

Jeff Gaines

Jeff Gaines

Jeff has served as an operating executive at Interlaced since 2016. He is deeply passionate about driving impact for Interlaced, for his community, and for his loved ones. In his spare time, Jeff loves spending time with his wife and son at the world famous San Diego Zoo, enjoying tacos on the beach in Baja, cheering on the San Diego Padres, adventuring outdoors and playing music with friends. Jeff’s top 3 films of all time are Point Break (the original), Road House and Field of Dreams.