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Why You Should “Mobile-enable” Your Sales Team

For companies in the business of sales, processes must be streamlined, effective and user-friendly to improve the chances of sales. One of the easiest...

Let Cloud Inventory Management Software Solve Your...

Let’s take a look at your inventory stock and see how you are managing it. There are a series of common inventory problems that...

6 Strategies to Manage Amazon’s PII Changes

Amazon has announced that it will no longer send customer details to merchants via API. Here’s Lisa Miles-Heal, our Chief Operating Officer, with her...

Big Obstacles for eCommerce Retailer

Inventory management is a vital part of a retail business. When you’re selling products via eCommerce platforms, it is even more important to make...

Managing Underperforming Suppliers: What You Need ...

Supply chains are becoming progressively more complex as businesses rely on a large network of manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and a growing portfolio of inventory...

The Ins and Outs of Developing a Great Labelling S...

A labelling strategy is a vital part of running a successful business which effects both the product and its value to the customer but...

5 Major Consequences of Poor-quality Data and How ...

Data often gets pushed back on that never-ending to-do list as other day-to-day business operations take priority. However, your business’s information is only as...

Solving Traditional Inventory Challenges with Onli...

Marketplaces are constantly changing, and eCommerce is driving increased competition for both large organisations and SMEs from across the globe. Supply chains are becoming...

How to Track and Benchmark Your Success into Cloud...

So you’ve removed the obstacles to implementing cloud apps and have migrated onto the cloud — you want to know how it’s going. How...

Best Practices Businesses Should Follow for Effici...

While every business has its own unique approach to common tasks and its own way of formalising and improving its processes, many businesses can...

5 Steps to Setting Attainable KPIs

Key performance indicators, otherwise referred to as KPIs, are a bit of a buzz word for businesses. So what’s all the buzz about? KPIs...

3 Key Takeaways from our First Good Business Get T...

Posted by Nick Phelps, Marketing Communications Manager In early September, I was fortunate enough to host our first ever Good Business Get Together event....

Do You Know the Difference Between Purchase Orders...

For new business owners, getting your head around the array of business terms and jargon can be difficult. Two often confused terms you may...

3 Benefits of a Well-crafted BI Dashboard

For business owners just starting out, it may be easy enough to keep track of business KPIs and metrics such as sales records and...

DIFOT: A Metric of Supplier Performance

Delivery In Full On Time, or DIFOT, is a metric used to analyse how accurate and efficient your supply chain is. Your supply chain...

Poor-quality Data and What it Spells for a Busines...

Data is an important if not vital part of any organisation as it underpins almost every department and operation imaginable. In fact, data is...

How to Set Meaningful Assessments and Key Performa...

It’s important to take the right steps when setting Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to ensure they are meaningful and deliberate to help improve business...

Using Key Performance Indicators to Benchmark The ...

Businesses and organisations are embracing cloud technology to help drive innovation for the delivery of operational efficiencies and to drive better customer relationships. Cloud-based...

An Overview of Best Practices for Efficient Purcha...

A purchase order (PO) is a document issued from a buyer to a seller that communicates a request for procurement of goods or services....

Streamline Procurement Activities By Reducing Your...

Purchase orders are the documents sent from the buyer to the supplier requesting goods or services that when accepted by the vendor forms a...

Purchase Requisitions vs. Purchase Orders

Purchase requisitions and purchase orders (often referred to as POs) are both part of a business’s overall procurement and purchasing processes, which establish buying...
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