If 2020 has taught us one overriding lesson, it’s that businesses need to be prepared to offer employees secure and flexible ways of working.
2021 is here – after a year that has shaken the world and bought the unexpected. Although 2020 has shown us that we never truly know what a new year will bring, we can still have some predictions about what this year will look like in certain areas of specialty. And one of these areas is branding.
Branding is agile. It develops with the times. Well-branded companies recognize that what served them once will no longer suit audiences living in a different time with different priorities. And as a concept that is so necessarily adaptable to the changing trends in the world around them, it makes sense that branding keeps up with technology developments. And that’s why automation and AI are so important to branding.
In October 2020, Google announced that its enterprise platform, Google Workspace, had surpassed 6 million business users after onboarding one million new customers in just under two years.
Over the past few years, the subject of metadata and effective metadata management has gained more and more attention. Most people are familiar with the word 'metadata' but aren't sure what it is, how it works and why it's fundamental for any modern business.
With its ability to supercharge all stages of the sales cycles, from prospecting through to closing, sales enablement software has become the not so secret weapon of today’s top sellers.
Document productivity isn’t set to become any less important in 2021. On the contrary, in an era where remote working is set to continue, and technology is continuing to advance and provide new solutions, finding the most productive ways of working within documents remains paramount for organizations’ successes.
In an era where companies can track almost all their revenue sources digitally, it’s no surprise that tracking abilities have now expanded to include documents. But what does document tracking include? And why does it offer such important insights for sales teams in particular?