Big data is no longer just a franchise of big business — nowadays, enterprises of all sizes stand to benefit from big business data. For large corporations, processing big data is a matter of deploying an entire department focused on breaking down swaths of operational information to draw out data that can help with strategic road mapping.
One of the biggest challenges small- and medium-sized business (SMBs) face every day is competing with large corporations. To gain a competitive edge, they need an IT infrastructure that increases efficiency, boosts productivity, and cuts operating costs.
Customers are the foundation of any business’s success, and a company that champions customer relationships is most likely to succeed. Adopting a customer-centric approach is a surefire way to increase sales, and a CRM will help you get it done.
One of the most cost-effective ways to ensure success is with a robust Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system that helps you turn regular customers into brand ambassadors.
Just as cloud computing is changing IT infrastructures and processes, it is also changing the job descriptions of many employees outside the tech department. Traditionally, a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) was expected to manage the financial risks of the company and keep a close eye on monthly revenues and balance sheets.
Before you know it, your business can get caught up in a complex IT infrastructure. At first, you start with a basic accounting system like QuickBooks. As your business grows, however, there is a higher demand for advanced inventory management, customer relationship management (CRM), and productivity software.
There are many marketing techniques SMBs use to gain clients. Free information products, brochures, and press releases are just a few among many. But how do you know what’s most effective? It all comes down to looking at data and seeing for yourself what’s worked before. We’ve gone through the trouble of doing just that, […]
Most of us don’t normally associate Business Intelligence (BI) with small- or medium-sized businesses; the large investment that has traditionally been required to hire specialist data-delving experts makes us think it’s the preserve of larger organizations. But no longer is that the case – not only does a growing selection of self-service tools put BI […]
When it comes to business intelligence, you may think there’s no easier way to simplify your data than to organize it into a graph or chart. Business owners have been using this method for decades, so what else could be better than that? Well, a new product on the market is striving to make business […]
In today’s competitive business world, it’s imperative that you have a thorough understanding of who your visitors are and what are their expectations. If you’re looking for a powerful analytical tool for your company’s website, Google Analytics one of the best options in the market. Yet trying to understand Google Analytics and its strategic use […]
Implementing Business Intelligence (BI) software and other tools can help your company grown by leaps and bounds. However, it has to be planned for with the proper level of diligence and care to truly be beneficial to your business. Haphazardly installing BI software can result in an expensive misstep that sees you fall behind the […]