How common are electronic signature solutions in business today? At least 74 percent of life insurance companies use esignatures. Consider these points before committing to a top esignature software provider.
Presenting the case for the cloud to a business that has traditionally worked offline to embrace new technology is tough job. This is especially true if it is a B2B where the buyer and the seller come from non-technology industries. Despite the barrage of new technology that has come out in the last decade or two, we still do not have a real substitute for face-to-face meetings.
Scalability of technology is a huge factor to consider when purchasing a top ERP software solution. Most established businesses dismiss scalability as something that only small businesses should worry about. That’s because scalability, by definition, implies an infrastructure that can sustain the rapid growth of a business.
Taking the decision to migrate from a traditional on-premise business productivity suite to an alternative on the cloud is a no-brainer. Unlike the last decade when Microsoft was the de-facto company of choice when picking a productivity suite, today we have multiple choices. Here's why you should opt for a SaaS version.
As a business operating online, it is extremely critical that you are available to your customers every minute of the day. Each time your service goes down, it translates to a loss in customers and revenues. In recent times, a number of internet service providers have been offering extremely attractive deals to their business customers.
Cloud ERP software can greatly benefit your company. Still, many people fear moving their operations to the cloud, primarily due to cloud security concerns. The SLA of most cloud ERP providers include a disclaimer waiving responsibility in case there is a security breach. Given such a scenario, how confident can one be while giving the keys to the company’s bread-and-butter to a third party?