The pandemic hasn't stopped me from buying or trying new goods in the name of safety. Personalized purchase advice from brand experts every time I visit an e-store has become the favorite part of my purchase process lately. It's nothing new now, to be able to test new items without even touching them. All of these by simply relaxing on the sofas. Yes, you guessed it correctly. What makes all the above possible is “Retail digital transformation”!
Local and global economies are encountering interruptions on-and-off & that’s no secret- courtesy Covid disruptions. On that note, transportation companies all across the globe have witnessed their fair share of difficulties, in spite of the industry playing a key role in keeping the lifestyles on a roll during these tough times ( think of those frequent doorstep deliveries! ).
“ Your XXXX is out for delivery.” How many of the above messages have crowded your inbox ever since the stay-at-home restrictions are being imposed on-and-off ? We didn’t count either, but clearly the number will outnumber any other type of regular notifications - the reason why Forbes quoted that COVID-19 has “accelerated E-Commerce Growth ‘4 To 6 Years’ “ !
Every company strives to stand unique and ahead among its competitors in today’s cut-throat competitive market because in many sectors winner takes it all. Thriving in this world requires companies to deliver best quality services possible in the shortest time to their customers.
Every organization has a process in place to manage employees, customers, purchase orders, invoices, etc and most of the times it is through an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software. Enterprise software is a big name and has gained a lot of popularity for both enterprises as well as SMBs.
The global ERP software market is expected to be worth $41.69 billion by the year 2020. ERP software is undoubtedly one of the most important software businesses must invest in. However, one of the crucial things is how businesses implement this ERP software. We, in this article, aim to go through some of the common ERP problems and provide tips on how to avoid them.
Digital travel sales worldwide increased by 10.4% to $694.41 billion in 2018. People love to travel. And in this digital-centric world, the latest travel trend is .... mobile! A recent report on Travel Agent Central claimed: “Nearly two-thirds of travelers rely on mobile apps during a trip”. Travel app development around the world is changing the tourism industry.
According to Panorama Consulting 2018 ERP report, 95% of businesses experienced an improvement in their processes after implementing an ERP system. But Enterprise software development has its own share of struggles - multiple decision points and numerous factors to consider before even starting with the development.
Software development and its technologies keep changing every year. Being informed about the current trends as well as the future trends in software development will make sure your business platform is future proof and your business can enjoy the latest benefit of the technology to stay ahead of the competition.
The notion of enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) software seem to overlap. Both are utilized to automate a company’s internal business processes and improve the profitability of the company. But the core business logic of these two software are completely different. We, in this article, will help understand the conundrum around ERP vs CRM and answer a few top questions regarding the difference between ERP and CRM.
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