Explore this e-book to find out how blending formal and informal learning via collaboration can help your organization in the following areas:
Overcoming the Economics of Learning
Creating a Culture of Learning
Enhancing Employee Engagement
Learn about the "two tier ERP approach" and how you can leverage SAP S/4HANA Cloud to innovate with digital core in subsidiaries while simplifying the relationship between headquarter and subsidiary and balancing cost, efficiency and innovation.
Complexity, globalization and digitalization are just some of the elements at play in the risk landscape—and data is becoming a core part of understanding and navigating risk.
How do modern finance leaders view, navigate and manage enterprise risk with data? Dun & Bradstreet surveyed global finance leaders across industries and business types. Here are the top trends that emerged from the study:
1. The Enterprise Risk & Strategy Disconnect—Finance leaders are using data and managing risk programs, but over 65% of finance leaders say there’s missing link between risk and strategy.
2. The Risks of the Use and Misuse of Data—Up to 50% of the data used to manage modern risk is disconnected. Only 15% of leaders are confident about the quality of their data.
3. Risky Relationships—Only 20% of finance leaders say the data they use to manage risk is fully integrated and shared.
Download the study to learn how finance leaders are approaching data and enterprise risk management
Digital transformation significantly improves the performance and reach of an enterprise and has become a top priority for IT and business leaders across the globe.
Read on to find out how Cisco's Architecture can enable Digital Transformation.
It’s such a diverse space, and today’s discerning shoppers rightly want a consistently great retail experience. This means a fully personalised and user-friendly service, across multiple devices and touchpoints. Nowadays, a run-of-the-mill digital experience just doesn’t cut it.
The five best practices within this guide can help retailers to become experience-led businesses. That means not only blending digital and physical channels into a fully connected customer journey, but also building experiences around the customer in ways that put their needs and wants front and centre.
On 3 May 1978, Gary Thuerk sent an e-mail that later earned him the title “Father of Spam” (although understandably, he prefers to be called the “Father of E-marketing”). Thuerk, then a marketing manager for computer company Digital Equipment Corporation, sent a mass e-mail inviting recipients to one of two West Coast product demos for a new line of computers.
Digital marketing technologies have transformed both anonymous and authenticated interactions. Online ads, websites, and search reach more anonymous consumers for less, with much better segmentation and measurement. They’ve also added entirely new capabilities like behavioral monitoring and predictive analytics.
The 2017 Digital Trends in Retail report is based on a sample of almost 500 retail respondents who were among more than 14,000 digital professionals taking part in the annual Digital Trends survey carried out in November and December 2016.
The 2017 Digital Trends in Financial Services and Insurance report is based on a sample of almost 850 FSI respondents1 who were among more than 14,000 digital professionals taking part in the annual Digital Trends survey carried out in November and December 2016.
While most business is digital, most organizations still rely on paper for the “last foot” of the process: the sign-off. Continued reliance on paper-based signatures is fraught with risks, including impeding productivity, reducing visibility, hampering compliance?and diminishing the customer experience. Electronic signatures (e-signatures), which are easily implemented from the cloud, help speed up the sales process by reducing errors and bottlenecks, while also ensuring greater security and mobility.
The financial services industry has been significantly impacted by the increasing use of technology from smartphones to wearables. This transformation in methods of transacting has enabled more personalized engagement, allowing customers to use multiple channels simultaneously to engage in seamless, multi-dimensional banking. This has also increased both the potential and complexity of creating a positive customer experience.
Published By: Progress
Published Date: Mar 06, 2017
The Digital Marketing Maturity Guide helps organizations determine the level of sophistication within their digital marketing operations. Dimensional Research to conducted a global survey of 700 marketing professionals gauging the level of digital marketing maturity across various verticals and company sizes. Use these findings to benchmark your organization against other groups.
Published By: Progress
Published Date: Mar 06, 2017
The old rules no longer apply. Digital technologies have radically transformed the business landscape, yet many organizations have completely ignored this reality. A new survey of IT decision makers found 96% see digital transformation as important or critical, yet 55% say they have one year or less to respond before they financially suffer. By failing to prepare for new technologies, devices and systems, organizations have threatened their own survival.
"When the CMO Council recently asked more than 200 senior marketing decision makers how effectively they have aligned physical and digital experiences, half admitted that these integrated experiences were selective, at best. Yet it is alignment, consistency and connection that drive the foundational relationship between the brand and the buyer.
The CMO Council, in partnership with IBM, will host a one-hour interactive webcast with industry-leading media, entertainment and telecommunications marketers to discuss how audience insights across the digital and physical experience have been turned into action, allowing these brands to personalize and enrich each engagement.
Multiple case studies will also be discussed during the webcast that focus on the power of segmentation and innovations around cognitive computing. Speakers include Liz Miller, Senior Vice President of Marketing for the CMO Council; Jody Sarno, Dedicated Client Partner, Communications Industry for IBM; Chris Crayner, Ch