Your business intelligence system can be used to improve forecasting. Forecasting can be tricky in almost all industries. Changing business conditions, economic uncertainty, and shifts in supply and demand can make accurate forecasting more guesswork than science. However, with the data derived from your business intelligence system, you can forecast with greater accuracy and precision.Read More >
Manufacturers often use the terms preventative and planned maintenance interchangeably. Routine maintenance is perhaps a more accurate term. It refers to scheduled maintenance for your equipment and facilities that can prevent equipment from prematurely breaking down.Read More >
Customer relationship management systems offer a great way to communicate with customers and target sales and marketing activities around customer interests. CRM itself is more than software, even though we often speak of the software itself. It’s a mindset around the use of software to enhance customer relationships and communications with customers.Read More >
Tech service companies – from IT to design, often move at a clip along the path to success, and experience unique challenges as a result. Amidst their own growth, these companies also must face the fast-advancing world of new technology that threatens tech companies’ survival.Read More >
Small to mid-sized manufacturers often face an uphill battle to compete against larger manufacturers. Often, they focus on a specific niche, industry, or customer base to capitalize on opportunities that larger manufacturers won’t or can’t touch. But sometimes, even that isn’t enough to give them the edge they need to compete against the “big boys” in their field.Read More >
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It seems the workload for SaaS companies is always growing. The looming impact of the ASC 606 and IFRS 15 guidelines aren’t here yet, but already we are seeing SaaS companies having to adjust their new 2 and 3-year subscription contracts to comply with changes that aren’t happening until 2018, and even 2019.