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How Automation Can Help Your Small Business

written by Chad Otar

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With automation technologies improving, small businesses do not have to worry about experimenting with automation. They can safely incorporate some of the proven technologies that serve practical purposes for their organizations.

At my company, we use automation software every day when underwriting deals to help scrub statements, sign documents electronically, etc., so I’ve seen how automation can significantly improve how a small business is run. Below are some ways automation can help your small business.
At my company, we use automation software every day when underwriting deals to help scrub statements, sign documents electronically, etc., so I’ve seen how automation can significantly improve how a small business is run. Below are some ways automation can help your small business.

Dell Announces It Has Reused 100 Million Pounds of Recycled Content

written by Emily Holbrook

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In 2013, Dell Technologies introduced the 2020 Legacy of Good with ambitious sustainability and social goals to put its technology and expertise to work to do the most good for people and the planet. The final report details how the company led many initiatives to solve complex global problems. 

After Experimenting With Bitcoin and Ethereum, DocuSign Is Accelerating its Blockchain Ambitions

written by Steven Ehrlich

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Famed cryptographer Nick Szabo may have coined the term “smart contract” back in 1994, but DocuSign can make a compelling case for being its true inventor. Since its founding in 2003, firms of all sizes and industries have relied on the company to streamline the contract process through its best-in class security, identity authentication, user interface, and integration with leading business suites. Today DocuSign has 500 thousand paying customers, and it earned over $700 million in revenue last year.

Digital Optimization Isn't Digital Transformation

written by Daniel Newman

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What’s your biggest motivation for digital transformation? Your company—or your customer? Depending on your answer, you may not even be pursuing digital transformation at all. Indeed, if you’re pursuing new tech adoption for your company’s benefit—to save time, improve processes, or avoid day-to-day time sucks like returning emails and sorting through sales leads—it’s likely you’re merely digitally optimizing your business, rather than transforming it. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it is a far cry from Digital Transformation. So why does it matter? 

These 3 ERP Security Features Will Protect Your Manufacturing Data

written by Zach Hale

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If data is the lifeblood your business—and cyberattacks an infection—ERP security features are, well, the white blood cells.

Businesses, especially those in the manufacturing sector, depend on ERP software to streamline disparate processes from across the organization. Yet all that sensitive information—blueprints, copyrights, financial data—means ERP systems are an ideal target for cybercriminals.

Don’t blame that on the software, though. With an array of features designed to safeguard the “crown jewels” of your business, an ERP system can be an effective deterrent against even the most malicious attacks—as long as you know how to use it.

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