Is poor management of your Inventory Management System a risk to your business?

Aticle by The NETSTOCK Mentor

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Virtually every company that holds inventory to provide an acceptable level of service to its customers, has experienced the negative effects of both unhappy customers and the loss of a customer as a result of stock-outs. At the same time, there will be items in the warehouse that have become obsolete and have to be written off.

Aragon Research Again Highlights DocuSign as Leader in Digital Transaction Management

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Aragon Research, a leading technology analyst firm, released its latest research note highlighting DocuSign in the leader category in DTM – a market the firm notes is poised for explosive growth to $30 billion by 2020. The note – Aragon Research Tech Spectrum™ For Digital Transaction Management 2015 – also mentions the tremendous value organizations are achieving by going fully digital.

BlackLine named “Best in Enhanced Finance Controls & Automation Software” at the 2015 Software and Technology Awards

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LOS ANGELES – Jan. 14, 2016 - Blackline's Finance Controls and Automation Platform has been named ‘Best in Enhanced Finance Controls & Automation (EFCA) Software for 2015' at the recent Software & Technology Awards, presented earlier this month by Corporate America News, an independent news magazine aimed at CEOs and other top-tier management and decision makers across the United States.

E-Signatures Gain Traction in South Africa

Article by SA Franchise Warehouse

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Successful companies have a long history of leveraging technology to replace slow, complicated, manual processes to drive efficiency, reduce costs, and improve customer satisfaction. Liz De Freitas, Account Manager at AdvanceNet says, in spite of this drive, many unfortunately still use antiquated ways to collect and use information during transactions, particularly when signatures are required.

The power of integrated ERP and CRM

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Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) are not mutually exclusive. Historically, CRM was considered a front office solution and ERP a back office one: The former used mainly by sales and marketing staff, whilst the latter, locked away in the dusty back office, accessed by only a few privileged finance users or senior operational managers.


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