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Multichannel e-Commerce specialist, ODS UK (www.odsuk.net) and creators of ODSNet™, the B2B e-commerce platform for SAP Business One
and Sage, has been chosen to help drive new business growth at automotive industry supply group, Sandhurst.
The Pound has received a big boost from the release of resoundingly positive manufacturing production and construction output figures for
the end of 2016.
Thanks to more UK exports outside the EU post-referendum, the latest figures show a drop in the trade deficit to £3.304 billion,
demonstrating a far more positive result than November 2017’s £3.559.
In the highly competitive telecoms industry, the ability to deliver an effortless customer service experience becomes a key differentiator.
Managers want employees to know what they need to do to be productive and help move the business forward.
Over time the structure of business has changed considerably.
Changing a company’s project management architecture can mean a very personal change to the way people work. In short, change can be highly upsetting,
disruptive and, when mismanaged, undermine employee morale.
Up to 60 of the top 150 life sciences organizations globally are expected to complete the latest regulatory information management (RIM) study, launched today by
Gens & Associates, ProductLife Group’s strategic research partner.
All life sciences companies face a growing need to improve the ways they update and share regulatory information on a global scale. They are also under increasing pressure to streamline processes and improve the performances of in-country operations and partners.
When was the last time you took time out for a detailed review of this year's business goals and plans?
Brand journalism and digital PR agency Sarum (www.sarumpr.com) has kicked off 2016 with a flurry of content-based PR activity in the life sciences market, following unprecedented growth in technology use in the sector.
Most staff dread attending workshops, believing they are going to be a waste of time and will deliver very little value.
The world of business is moving from that of jobs, of tasks performed for money, to the world where what we do, and how we do it, is valued by the
contribution made and the manner of its making.
Analytic software firm FICO has announced that its groundbreaking AI-based Cyber Analytics will be available as part of the iboss node-based,
direct-to-cloud, containerised platform, a leading solution for cybersecurity and malware protection.
Whenever we interact with people we make assumptions based on what we believe is or isn’t true. We tend to believe that if you and I speak the same
language we will both attach the same meaning to the words we use.
Research by Cranfield University has suggested that the manufacturing sector's contribution to the UK economy is greater than previously thought.
Telecoms fraud costs UK SMEs about £1billion a year.
According to a new study by specialist lender Amicus, 16% of SME owners seeking finance say they have been turned down by a mainstream lender.
Axis Communications, the market leader in network video, has recently announced the acquisition of IP specialists 2N.
A deadline for businesses to make sure they were compatible with new payment security measures has been extended after around 1,000 companies
failed to take the necessary action.
Nine out of ten IT leaders feel digital transformation has brought unprecedented change, in addition to new levels of pressure never experienced before
in the IT sector, according to new research.
Last year, Shweta Jhajharia broke the record in achieving London Business Coach of the Year for the sixth year running.
‘Leverage’ is one of the six core systems that Shweta Jhajharia from The London Coaching Group (www.londoncoachinggroup.com)
recommends to all her clients.
According to recent research, fraudsters now perceive mobile payment channels to be particularly vulnerable (and therefore attractive targets) as many
organisations have yet to apply the same levels of protection to mobile as they have to desktop transactions.
A survey commissioned by Norton Folgate, the City-based asset finance and leasing specialist, reveals that 39% of SMEs plan to invest in new
IT equipment over the next 12 months, spending an average of £5,290 each.