It seems more objects than not are connected to the internet in some way or another. Whether it’s traditional technology such as computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones, or the less expected items such as household appliances, toys, cars, and drones; with an internet connection comes the opportunity to save information to what is commonly referred to as ‘the cloud’. But with so many internet-connected-things, surely the cloud is going to run out of space at some point, right? Continue reading →
The uptake of CRM software is growing at a steady rate of approximately 13% each year over the last few years according to reports from Gartner (2014; 2015). And with good reason – CRM software enables companies to grow loyal relationships with their customers by allowing a better understanding, segmentation and tiering of their customer base, improved targeting of promotions and cross selling, and the implementation of alerts that signal a customer is about to depart. CRMs are a complex software that can deliver what many refer to as a ‘360 degree view’ of their customers. Continue reading →
For this month’s post we have taken a slightly different perspective. After an underwhelming firsthand experience with an insurance company that appeared to have missed the bigger picture, we decided that this edition we’d look at how not to implement digital technology. Continue reading →
You have spent months, maybe even years, researching, determining and introducing a new technology or software into your business. New technology and tools can increase productivity, boost sales, and help you make better, faster decisions for your organisation. While you are probably aware of the many benefits bringing a new technology into the company, you may not be aware of the challenge that often lies ahead: getting your employees on board.