For businesses looking at using technology and automation, the key is to identify the functions that need tech intervention, the efficiencies and results it can provide and the level of disruption the transition process is likely to create.
To become a smart business, organizations must enable as many operating decisions as possible to be made by machines fueled by live data rather than by humans supported by their own data analysis.
YouTube is also suited for businesses that want to churn out videos related to How-To’s or guides and not merely display in nature.
While a plethora of innovations are available right now, companies need to carefully adopt these while ensuring customer trust.
Business owners now need to start looking at technology as a boon, which can take care of the processes, and allow them to focus on their customers, on their revenues and on their business growth.
The Ministry of Magic's flying interdepartmental memos are fantastic, but sadly Muggles like us cannot use them. Luckily for us, when it comes to workplace communication, technology has always been a part of the conversation.
Whether you're looking to bring in new website visitors, grow online sales, get the phones ringing or keep customers coming back for more, Google Ads can help.
Businesses like restaurants, banks, hospitals etc. can lose opportunities to competitors who provide rich data and advertise their business effectively with the use of say, Google Posts on their Google listing.
The immediate reward of moving ERP to the cloud is that you can reap several near-term benefits and set the stage for ongoing improvements that capitalize on the cloud-based ERP foundation.
Blockchain could help demystify today’s complex and sprawling food supply chains, making it easier to ensure the security and safety of the food that we eat.
These trends include more businesses to move online, chatbots becoming crucial, businesses adjusting to millennials, social media to be the king for SMBs and movement to Cloud.
Bots can make it easier for us to interact with software-to move us into the fast lane when it comes to transaction processing or decision-making.
Automating your purchase cycle is one of the fastest ways to increase efficiency and be successful.
More than 80% of Pirated Software-Loaded New PCs in Asia are infected with Malware. Pirated software will likely cost users more than they bargain for, while offering a fertile ground for cybercriminals to exploit compromised devices.
ERP today should stand for “Earn, Rest and Play”, taking the headache of administration out of running a finance organisation for CFOs so that they can find the right work/life balance.
Customer-centricity is no longer about just taking feedback from customers, rather it is about collaborating across all functions within one's organization to provide compelling offerings.
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