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Top 3 Ways to be More Strategic with your Business Technology

Do you consider business technology as a necessary evil or as an opportunity for growth? If you want to increase productivity, gain a competitive advantage, and generally improve the quality of human life, you need to think strategically about it. A company cannot simply spend money on a piece of technology equipment without a plan in place and assume it will forever fix all your business problems and needs. Here are our top 3 ways you can think more strategically about your technology so you can achieve your company’s organizational goals and realize your best possible ROI.

Two factor Authentication: Why It’s Important to You

Cyber-attacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated, targeted, and prevalent. A simple username and password are no longer adequate in keeping your online data protected since 90% of passwords can be cracked in less than six hours. This is why two-factor authentication (2FA) is becoming commonplace as an extra level of security to make sure the right person (you and you only) can access your online accounts. Fortunately, Office 365 two factor authentication is available to protect its users. It is highly recommended you leverage this added layer of security so hackers can’t access and misuse your mailbox identity. In today’s topic, we’ll be discussing why 2FA is important for not only Office 365 but all your online accounts, from your work email down to your Facebook account, and other items that are important to you.

Why Your Data Analytics Projects Need an Executive Sponsor

Most companies have a startling 85% chance of data analytics projects failing – don’t worry, this is not our client’s experience! A major contributor to that high of a failure rate though, is having either an ineffective executive sponsor assigned to your analytics project, or not having an executive sponsor at all. In this post, we’ll discuss the top 3 ways an engaged and data-savvy executive sponsor can impact your data analytics projects.

How do you define ERP ROI…and what if you’re doing it all wrong?

Effective strategies and best practices help companies build long-term value or ROI of ERP implementations. That said, we caution that achieving your highest potential return on investment (ROI) doesn’t often occur right away. The real value in a business management solution comes from its comprehensive and consistent use over time but sooner or later (typically sooner), most companies want to identify and measure the value of their ERP implementations. How are you identifying and measuring the ROI on your ERP - and what if you’re doing it all wrong?

Managing Complex Customer Relationships with EDI, API, or e-Commerce

So, you might be wondering, what does Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Application Programming Interface (API), and web e-Commerce all have in common with managing complex customer relationships? The answer: Communication. EDI is a set of software standards that allows business partners to send documents and data electronically and fluidly to each other using strict industry standards. It’s typically integrated with the traditional on-premise IT infrastructure. API is similar in that it also electronically sends information, but it’s the more modern option allowing for an easier custom integration between two solutions. The most recognizable of the three is web e-Commerce. This is designed to handle commercial transactions between suppliers, partners, and customers. It can be hard to know what the differences mean in terms of your experience with them, and which option would be best for your company, so we’re going to help with that.