You’ve seen the term ‘cloud computing’ and have a basic understanding of what it means. Certainly, you understand the many benefits: no special hardware to purchase, no need to add costly infrastructure or support staff, and enhanced accessibility to your systems.Read More >
Historically, traditional software companies have solely relied on sales data to propel their profit and loss indicators, with forecasting closely driven by contract activity and sales estimates for that bench marking period.Read More >
Manufacturers face enormous economical pressures every day. They’re under constant pressure to increase productivity, produce low-cost quality goods, and efficiently schedule workflow methods. To do this, they must rely heavily on the latest technology to sustain a competitive advantage.Read More >
The first quarter of the year is a great time to establish positive habits that will lead to health and prosperity in the coming year. Things such as improving diet and exercise, cleaning out the garage, closets, and more. Bringing this perspective to the workplace can help to set your organization up for success as well. Consider for instance, your cloud storage strategy.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 >
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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.