Whether you're a small startup or a multinational corporation, mastering the art of client relationship building is a skill that pays dividends.
Tsvetomira PetrovaPublished posts 58 Tsvetomira is a marketing copywriter with a passion for everything digital, advertising, and content marketing for a wide range of topics in the industry. As part of the Infragistics team, her primary focus is Slingshot, so safe to say you can expect her wordsmith skills put to use for any updates, hot scoops on the product and everything around it, and advice for users so they can best optimize their use cases. When she steps away from the keyboard, Tsvet can usually be found hiking, going to concerts, or spending some quality time with the nearest available dog.
In every business, a chaotic workplace can bring down even the best project. But if you adopt Enterprise Project Management (or EPM) processes, you can transform your business and leverage effective project management techniques to propel growth.
Build brand awareness. Acquire and retain customers. Increase revenue. Stay sane in the process. These are just some of the challenges early-stage startups deal with. To fuel growth, they jump through hoops and fight the competition with fresh ideas and innovative marketing. But what else can help these entrepreneurs? Well. There is, of course, technology.
Operational analytics is like having a superpower that lets you peek into the hidden world of data and uncover insights that can supercharge your business operations. It's like having a crystal ball, but instead of predicting the future, it helps you understand the present and make data-driven decisions that keep your business running like a well-oiled machine.
"Don't stop me now, ‘cause I'm having a good time!" We can bet that's what data's singing right now, at the top of its lungs. In 2023, the world will generate nearly three times the data generated in 2019.
In today's competitive business environment, manufacturers must constantly look for ways to improve efficiency and streamline operations.
Do you want to avoid disorganized production processes, long wait times, and inefficient use of resources? If so, it's time to take a closer look at operations management!
Every business requires productivity from its teams, and the IT department is no exception. By improving IT productivity, organizations can save costs, increase output, and become more competitive.
In today's competitive business climate, operational efficiency is your company’s secret weapon to reduce costs and improve results. The faster your company moves, the more agile you are - the better. Measuring and improving operational efficiency can help increase profitability and long-term growth.
As every operations manager knows, a company must quickly deal with issues that threaten to make a business less profitable.