Contracts help in stipulating the exact terms and conditions between the agreeing parties and help mitigate any risks, therefore, securing the interest of all involved. It might appear to be a tedious and exhausting process that may be repetitive and everchanging as clauses vary in each individual situation, it is the contract management system’s responsibility […]
If ever there was a department that was bogged down by too much documentation, it would have to be accounting. Accountants have to deal with everything from extensive financial statements to daily receipts and have to handle massive headaches come closing time.
If it were as easy as creating a one-size-fits-all management solution for companies, we would all be using it. While large scale companies can easily create custom software for hundreds of thousands of euros or dollars, that remains an elusive dream for small and medium businesses.
While things were bleak in 2020, there were a handful of upsides. If being quarantined by COVID for a whole year taught us anything, it was that technology helped humanity get through an entire year without immediate collapse of civilization.
It would be next to impossible for a business to go through an entire day without having interacted with a document. No workflow is completely hassle-free unless information moves freely through documents, which is why you need Document Management Workflow.
Business Process Reengineering (BPR) – commonly employed to go digital – is the act of uprooting, updating and completely reinventing how business is done. This is an “all hands on deck” process where every process owner explains how their job is done and senior professionals/consultants propose ways to do it better.
Project Management is a vast field with nearly endless applications at all scales. There is even a direct, scientific correlation between how much you invest in Project Management and how successful a business is.
COVID-19 was declared a pandemic not just for its health risks, but also because it was going to change (and has changed) how we all live our lives. This created opportunities for businesses to explore ways of remaining viable, without risking anyone’s health and safety.
The term paperless office was originally coined back in 1978 by an automation company. It means to run a business without relying on paper. Giant corporations are already benefiting from digitization as it helps streamline communications and timelines between thousands of employees.