In particular, it explores the issue of what is commonly termed ‘BYOD’ (bring your own device), whereby employees use their own devices to access and store information for work as well as their own personal information.
In the present climate, investment in business management software can take some justification.
Whether you rely heavily on manual processes or already have a solution in place, the temptation isto delay the decision, perhaps until the economy picks up, and try to manage with your existing systems for another couple or years.
What is less obvious is how to achieve that tricky balance whereby your stock is kept moving but you retain enough items on the shelves to satisfy customer demand.
This guide offers some tips to managing stock and predicting demand in a way that enables you to meet customers’ expectations more profitably.
In today’s world we are facing increasing pressure to work both
faster and smarter. You can now do both whilst on the go, thanks to
the availability of many mobile apps currently on the market. We
explore some of the most efficient business apps, from helping you
stay organised to helping you finance on the go.
As the CBI raised its growth forecasts for 2013 and 2014 then they can only reflect positively to finance professionals but equally must be viewed with caution. This guide looks at the productive steps that can be taken internally to make sure you are in the best possible shape to embrace the positive economic outlook.
2013 has already seen great change for employers, with Real Time Information (RTI), the new system for reporting pay, tax, National Insurance and other details to HMRC coming into force.
With the role of the FD becoming more complex and demanding,
what qualities are needed to be achieve in today’s climate?
This four part guide considers the key characteristics that
contribute to a FD’s success.
Document Management is one of the easiest andmost effective ways of reducing costs – Fact.
Senior decision-makers are becoming more demanding, not only in the way they access information, but also re the accuracy and timeliness of the data they access.
Remote working, whether from home, on-the-move or from an alternative office or location is on the increase and with an estimated 20% of us working remotely in 2012 (CPNI), this figure is set to increase further as more employers and employees recognise the benefits.
Ready, steady, grow!
Putting four areas of your organisation under the spotlight –
your strategy, customer, staff and systems – this guide offers
twenty tops tips to help your business thrive.
From channelling customer feedback and turning data into insight
to mobilising your workforce, discover more and download the guide
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