31 07, 2017

Need a competitive advantage? Try a digital transformation

2018-04-09T15:45:12+00:00July 31st, 2017|Blog, Gain Insight Into AR, Save Time and Money|

Competition is the frenemy of every business - it’s a sign your offering is valuable to the market but it creates pressure to keep the customers you already have and find new ones quickly before the competition does. With digital on the rise, there is an opportunity for companies to get ahead-of-the-curve and champion digital transformation as a competitive advantage. How big is this opportunity? A Frost & Sullivan report projects that U.S. B2B e-commerce sales will reach $1.9 trillion by 2020, as global B2B online sales will reach $6.7 trillion. This is a lot of business to leave on the table for your competitors if you put off your company’s digital transformation. An undeniable way to make customers stickier is to allow them to conduct business with you, the way they want to. What does this mean in B2B? Adapting to their purchase behavior which is trending online and Read More

3 05, 2016

Why you need to digitize your accounts receivable…even if you don’t want to.

2018-04-09T15:49:29+00:00May 3rd, 2016|Blog, Collect Smarter, Get Paid Faster, Make Customers Happy, Save Time and Money|

Is your account receivables (AR) stuck in the dark ages? If so, you’re not alone but in a couple of years you may be. While exhibiting at the Industrial Supply Association (ISA) Convention (largest yearly meeting of distributors, manufacturers and suppliers), it was eye opening to see how many companies are still managing their AR manually and how risky this is with customer appetite shifting to the online world. Read More

28 01, 2016

Software: Build or Buy?

2018-04-09T15:53:39+00:00January 28th, 2016|Blog, Save Time and Money|

When software development companies evaluate software for their business, one question creeps to mind  – should we build or buy? When your business builds software for a living, you have resources at your disposal – talented team of software engineers who are wizards at code, money for research and development, and unlimited office coffee to keep the team running. But economically does it make sense to build software? Read More