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Take a step back and look at your procurement processes. Why is it so difficult? Why can’t it be like shopping at home? It’s a good question, and one that led global utility company, National Grid, to take its procurement into the cloud and start building a foundation for the future.
Much is being written about bitcoin and blockchain these days, especially now that banks are talking about it too. Some believe that the blockchain technology that came from the bitcoin structure could revolutionize banking. But there’s a problem – not with blockchain protocol, but with the hype and confusion that surrounds it. How will banks make any progress if no one understands it?
Over three-quarters of marketers are using content marketing as the core of their overall marketing strategy to drive more brand awareness, engagement, lead generation, lead nurturing, and sales. So what are marketers doing in 2016 to achieve these goals? Look at five of the top content marketing trends we’ve seen so far this year.
Very soon, the chief procurement officer (CPO) will be the chief value officer – not measured on savings delivered, but value created. Procurement will become a driver for business innovations that define the future of a more strategic function. Find out what every CPO needs to know and how they can take advantages of the opportunities ahead.
Is finance transformation worth the effort? That may be the wrong question. The question is, can companies afford not to transform their finance function and remain relevant now and going forward? Here are some solutions CFOs can wrap their heads around to help drive change:
Careers have followed the same general format for generations: You get an education, land a job, try to move up the corporate hierarchy, and eventually retire. However, things are about to change – either we need to work longer to save up for that complete retirement most people strive to achieve, or we must redesign the way we live our lives.
Consumers and commercial building owners and operators alike want the cost-effectiveness and empowerment green technology and digital automation offer. Fortunately, this new technology is easily within reach. Here are some tips on how building product manufacturers and distributors can tap into the extensive world of automation for unparalleled advantage.
If they are to effectively compete in the digital world, mid-tier banks (as well as the smaller spin-offs from large banks, for that matter) need an affordable way to harness the rich functionality of enterprise grade systems, affordable access to agile innovation, and the ability to pivot to meet market demand in real time – without breaking the bank. And it’s here . . . now.
In exchange for convenience, consumers are willing to allow the likes of Google, Facebook, Amazon, and many more sponge up our accessible privacy data. But, today’s IoT situation falls short of respecting privacy. Is it time for a new alternative to handle and better protect our information?
In the digital economy, change is the only constant. So quit obsessing about ROI. You won’t stop change, but you might be able to keep up with it. Find out why best indicator of success will likely be time-to-market.