article by Paula Williams - WhaTech
The idea of a paper-free business has been around for years, but most workplaces still use a lot of paper. There are various reasons, but the main one is the fact that human beings resist change.
article by DocuSign
Contract management is the process of managing contract creation, execution, and analysis. As organizations look to reduce risk and improve operational efficiency, contract management has shifted from a back-office conversation to a way of gaining competitive advantage. Contract management solutions offer a compelling opportunity to automate key processes across the contract lifecycle, capitalizing on innovations in contract generation, collaboration, e-signature, workflow, and analytics.
article by Caleb Bowers - DocuSign
The most successful sales teams leverage technology to accelerate the sales process. So it makes sense that digital leaders drive 5x more revenue growth than their peers according to McKinsey. Regardless of where you are in the digital transformation journey though, every sales organization should have a strategy in place to leverage new technologies.
article by Robin-Leigh Chetty - Hypertext
Look at any of the PC sales or shipment reports from research firms over the past few years and the outlook is not all that positive. It has flattened out for many vendors and in some cases declined, leading some to declare the PC era all but over.
article by Andrew Ross - Information Age
As the demand on the computing infrastructure increases beyond what cloud infrastructure can handle, is it time to rethink hardware?
article by Robin Irvine - ERP News
According to the most recent McKinsey Global Survey on digital transformations, more than eight in ten respondents say their organisations have undertaken such efforts in the past five years. Digital transformation provides a valuable opportunity to move away from manual processes, increase productivity and efficiency, and allow leaders to focus on more strategic initiatives.
article by The Conversation
The digital economy has been getting a lot of attention, with increasingly strong headlines offering apocalyptic as well as breathtakingly exciting scenarios. Some warn of job losses due to automation, some wonder at the things digital technology can do. And then there’s real scepticism about whether this will translate into delivering to people who need it most.
With all of this discussion, however, there is seldom an explanation of what the digital economy actually is. What makes it different from the traditional economy? Why we should care about it?
article by Keara Dowd - BizTech Magazine
Nonprofits have a lot on their plates. Charitable giving took a hit last year, declining for the first time since the Great Recession, forcing organizations to do more with less. But technology can often help nonprofits make ends meet, bridging the gap between the resources available and the goals they’re trying to achieve for their causes.
article by Birger Thorburn - Forbes
In an effort to grow and lead better in the market, many businesses are turning to a customer-first model. And while customer-centricity is not a new concept, in recent times, customer experience has become a battleground where businesses can differentiate themselves and stay ahead of the competition. Businesses need to evolve their models using technology and data to meet the needs of tomorrow's customers.
article by Louis Columbus - Forbes
Bottom Line: Manufacturers are achieving only 40% of their potential because they’re spending too much valuable time manually updating inventory control, production reporting, and pricing reports, when their competitors using real-time data are busy winning deals and planning next-generation real-time factories