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From documenting existing business processes to focusing on essential workflows first, make sure you tackle these 10 do’s and don’ts before you tackle an SAP implementation in your organization.
While each has its strengths and weaknesses, together, predictive and real-time analytics give marketers the best route by which to achieve effective customer engagement.
It can be very challenging for a founder CEO to find the right marketing partner. Why is that?
How do you ensure your product is of the highest quality if you’re not the one making it?
While businesses of all sizes benefit from better understanding their talent, whether incoming or already in place, small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) often have a significantly smaller window for mistakes. That’s why it’s a necessity for SMBs to utilize pre-hire and post-hire assessments to make more informed decisions wherever possible.
The volatility of global markets, along with trepidation about increased risk, leads to a need for greater transparency when managing treasury and risk. More and more, Best-in-Class organizations are transitioning their treasury and risk management platforms away from locally installed, licensed software and migrating them to the cloud. Here are just a few benefits they’re enjoying.
In this new Stat of the Week, IT Ops is stressing hard. Do any of these challenges resonate with your organization?
Segmentation models are supposed to help marketers and sellers alike. Sometimes, however, they do more harm than good. How does yours stack up?
The Agile methodology can provide large enterprises with the flexibility to develop high-quality products while adapting to changing customer requirements.
When FirstMark released their Big Data Landscape2016 infographic, Matt Turck pointed out that one little thing that has dampened the hype around Big Data: Taking advantage of its power is hard work!
Suppose that the C-level executives ask you to answer the following question: What is our risk from a phishing attack? How is a modern security professional supposed to answer?
When you look at a talent analytics report, do your eyes start to glaze over? Human capital means dealing with people, not numbers, right? Not exactly.
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