Did you know that one small human error in a presentation can cost a company millions of dollars, yet there is an easy way to prevent these errors? Or that a global organization can be using over 9000 unique document templates where just 25 could do the trick? Or that employees can create client deliverables and proposals in a faster and simpler way through smart automation of client and industry specific content?
In an era where many organizations are seeing remote working happening on a wider scale than ever anticipated, it’s important that workers are suitably equipped to handle everything they can.
The acceleration of the Internet of Things is staggering. As of the beginning of 2020, the digital universe consisted of 44 zettabytes of data. For context - that number of bytes is 40 times more than the number of stars that can be observed in the entire universe. The speed and volume of today’s data and a generation of content producers has fundamentally impacted the modern workplace. As employees ditch the physical world for digital, they’re creating an ever-rising number of online documents - from sales presentations to invoices, standard contracts to finance reports, press releases to blog articles.
How often have you been in this situation: You and your team have important presentations coming up and have excellent content, but the presentation is not coming together and the PowerPoint templates are proving problematic to work with.
Technology that supports digital workplaces is improving daily. Since 2013, on-premise collaboration products in the workplace have steadily declined, while hosted and cloud solutions have seen a 16% year-on-year growth since 2009, according to Synergy's research on megatrends. These technologies include communication platforms, teamwork apps, unified communications as a service, content creation systems and cloud file sharing apps.
As Jean-Marc Chanoine stated in “7 essential tips for mastering PowerPoint as a consultant”, professional services firms, and especially management consultancies, are heavy users of Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint – every interview, meeting, data analysis and research piece they conduct is turned into an insight, and converted into a presentation, proposal or report.
Best practices are at the core of consultancy firms, who share their expertise every day to make other companies more efficient. This expertise has been built up over decades of hard work and is the main reason why they are so successful.
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In the legal world, documents are vital and unavoidable. From proposals and contracts to briefs and pleadings, law firms deal with highly sensitive and complex information daily. Quick, easy and secure document creation is key to keeping a legal business viable.