Sales enablement is a function which is growing fast, and more organizations are becoming aware of its necessity. At its best, sales enablement can empower your sales team, improve your organizational alignment, and help you meet your business goals. But as a relatively young function, how can you be sure that you are optimizing your sales enablement for these purposes?
We’re thrilled to announce that Templafy and Frontify have joined forces to make brand consistency and compliance in business documents intuitive. We have joined in a strategic partnership with Frontify, the leading cloud-based brand management platform.
Making the decision to implement Office 365 isn’t one to take lightly – although it will, in the long run, provide a huge advantage for your organization, it can be a difficult process to ensure that migration has happened successfully. Following our step-by-step checklist puts your company in a strong position for a successful switch to Office 365. However, it is also worth being aware that there are several best practices and pitfalls often experienced during the process.
An organization’s chosen font, or typeface, shapes how a consumer interacts with a brand across every written touchpoint. But often, when discussing fonts and communication, the focus is on the showy elements – the fonts displayed in logos, signs, and promotional brand materials. It’s often forgotten that a large part of brand communication happens through documents - and font plays just as important a role here. That’s why we’re going to explain exactly why the use of fonts in emails, contracts, letters, bills, reports, and other professional documents is so important, and explain the pitfalls to watch out for when implementing fonts in Microsoft Office for use in these areas.
Templafy has partnered with leading DAM provider OpenAsset to help all employees in the architecture, construction and engineering (AEC) sectors enhance their workflows and create compliant business documents, presentations and emails faster and more accurately through a cloud-first approach.
Over the past year, Templafy’s engineers have been working tirelessly to create our new software architecture platform, Hive. Building on this, we’ll launch our most ambitious plan to date: we're going to disrupt the way billions of business documents get created by enterprise employees worldwide.