Operating against fierce competition, your sales team is up against a big battle. According to recent HubSpot research, 72% of companies with less than 50 new leads per month didn’t achieve their revenue goals, compared to 15% with 51-100 and a mere 4% for businesses with 101 to 200 new sales opportunities.
Business communication thrives on the use of tools. Instant messenger, email, video conferencing software, documents, presentations - the list goes on.
Enterprise Innovation Podcast: Pushing Digital Transformation in Big Business with Marge Aru, Danske Bank Chief Digital Designer
Go evergreen or go obsolete: Digital transformation in banking and financial services industry sectors
There was a time when digital transformation was simply a buzzword. As we approach mid-2019, there’s no doubt that those days are long gone. According to Gartner, digital transformation (DX) is set to support 36% of overall revenue by 2020 and IDC predicts worldwide spending on DX will reach a cool $1.97 trillion in that same year.
Do you know what version number your web browser is? When was the last time you had to restart your machine after Google Chrome installed an update? What is your company’s IT policy for ensuring employees keep up to date with the latest security patches for the shared server?
Template management systems can be many things – from an enterprise’s overall approach to the document creation to more specific stages within that process. To cater for these different business and industry needs, there are a range of vendors on the market with varying offerings and unique capabilities.
We know AI is a buzz term and don’t want to use it solely to join the hype around it. Not everything can be automated yet, but there are certain cases where it makes sense to utilize the power of AI. In the world of content management, AI technology can streamline tedious processes by assisting with intelligent automation. Time saved for both content managers and content users.
It’s that time of year again. We’ve taken stock of what did (and didn’t) happen in 2018 and now look forward to a new year of industry-defining enterprise technology trends 2019 has in store.
In 2019, advertising spend in the US is set to peak at a staggering $199.22 billion - exceeding 2018’s predicted $194.6 billion. With more and more available channels to reach target audiences (and their subsequent competition and noise) brand investment in fighting for the consumer’s attention is higher than ever.