Monday, 1 October 2018

Our latest blog posts

Digital transformation and the company culture

Companies clearly know these days that digital transformation affects their entire organization, including their communications and culture. To change your company culture, start with your employees. That means making some technical adjustments but, most importantly, this is a team effort that is not to be taken lightly.
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Optimizing accounts receivable for distribution companies

The distribution industry is a prosperous sector that is growing in leaps and bounds. But distributors need powerful tools to manage their accounts receivable and invoicins processs. Here is the example of one of our customers, a wholesale food distributor that specializes in delivering baked goods. The company was making numerous deliveries daily but all of its invoices were still being printed and scanned manually.
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7 good reasons to adopt digital POD

Today’s consumers use digital technology all the time. Even B2B purchases are tending toward digitization. So to fit into the customer’s digital environment, all processes associated with delivery are also becoming digital. And rightly so! Here are 7 facts on digital purchasing that will convince you to switch to digital POD!
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Legacy system modernization in the Insurance industry

The insurance industry is highly dependent on systems to support their core services. Insurers have relied on these systems for years, and for good reason. But today, insurers are well aware that their customers expect more of them in terms of services and communication – legacy systems just can’t keep up. And if they don’t catch up, then an agile new breed of competition will. So here is how they can modernize their legacy systems.
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Digital transformation: systems as a differentiator

Companies rely on tools and technologies in carrying out their business. But system implementation is yet another way in which conventional and born-digital companies differ. Their circumstances are quite different and each needs to take all the parameters into consideration in their digital transformation. Here are some key points that divide the two in terms of tools and systems.
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